EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AVSAR BLADES AND MICRO-RHINOPLASTY

av1Micro-rhinoplasty, an advanced technique based on the application of micro-instrumentation facilities in rhinoplasty, is a useful tool in today’s surgical world. The technique can be used on patients suffering from septal deviations, septal spurs, and for glabella surgery.

 

Avsar Micro-rhinoplasty has created several blades for the surgery in the past decade. This article will discuss everything you need to know about these blades and about micro-rhinoplasty.

 

WHAT IS RHINOPLASTY FOR?

Rhinoplasty is historically known as a nose job. The procedure involves cutting around the nasal area to reconstruct and correct the nose, either to give it a more aesthetically pleasing look or to correct nasal functions. Rhinoplasty can correct issues with a deviated septum or broken nasal bones.

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Additionally, the surgery can correct cosmetic issues such as nose width, shape of the nose, nasal tip, nasal bridge, angel of the nose, and nostril size.

 

WHY IS MICRO-RHINOPLASTY BETTER?

Fundamentally, rhinoplasty is associated with a long recovery time and is a very invasive procedure that involves a lot of cuts.

 

Micro-rhinoplasty is better because it corrects nasal functions without the major cuts that come along with rhinoplasty. This is accomplished by using magnification power of video endoscopy, micro-cutting, micro-rasping blades, and micro-surgical tools.

 

This can make recovery time go more quickly as full scars don’t have to heel. Technologies, techniques, and tactics on performing successful micro-rhinoplasty surgeries are continue to evolve. Regardless, micro-rhinoplasty in its current form enables surgeons everywhere to have a high-quality control during the nasal surgery.

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ABOUT MICRO-RHINOPLASTY ASVAR BLADES

In 2006, Yakup Avsar, M.D., created Micro-rhinoplasty. Avsar designed blades that can be used alongside video endoscopy to complete operations like hum reduction-rasping, medial osteotomy, Aufricht triangle modification, and transverse and lateral osteotomies.

 

More than ten years later, the blades are still being used in surgeries to correct nasal issues.

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The blades designed by Dr. Avsar are used to along with a surgical method called split-thickness. The method involves making an incomplete cut on the lateral nasal walls, which keeps the stability of the bony nasal vault.

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