Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty

Ultrasonic technologies are now used in nose aesthetic operations. To achieve good results in nasal aesthetic surgery, experts have a wide range of tools including bone saws, carbide blasting and power-assisted blasting. However, each one of these devices has its own limits.

Now, surgeons performing nasal aesthetics operations use ultrasonic devices that provide more accurate and accurate results than traditional rhinoplasty tools for the correction of nasal bones.

The ultrasonic bone aspirator uses sound waves that do not damage the surrounding membranes, nerves, veins, bone cells and tissue in the process of taking or shaping the bones. These devices also assist in the elimination of major deformations such as minimal impairment of surgeons, correction of asymmetries and nose deviation.

It was originally developed for ultrasonic bone aspirator, brain surgery and orthopedic surgery. Because it removes small bone fragments without damaging the surrounding tissues. This device produces very little heat and uses irrigation and suction (vacuuming) together.

Jewel D. Greywoode, M.D., and Edmund A. Pribitkin, M.D., 103 patients who underwent rhinoplasty at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia. The ultrasonic bone aspirator was used for both conventional procedures and aesthetic improvements. Cartilage treatment with ultrasonic device and tissue damage were evaluated with untreated cartilage. Patients showed normal or significant improvements in structural and cosmetic results.

If you are interested in ultrasonic or traditional rhinoplasty / nose surgery, you can contact your doctor or make an appointment.