Contrary to popular belief, nose surgeries are extremely safe and minimally invasive procedures that can drastically improve the shape of your nose and hence change your overall facial appearance.
At Richardson’s dental and craniofacial hospital, we regularly follow up all patients who have undergone rhinoplasty or [ + ]
The preparation before the OT
Patient is kept NPO (No per oral) for six hours
Blood investigations are done
ECG,Chest Xray done in select patients
Skin preparation done if required. eg. for taking skin graft, rib graft etc
Informed consent taken for the surgery, for anaesthesia, photographs etc.100
Psychological support given [ + ]
Cheiloplasty or cleft lip repair is done at our Richardsons dental and craniofacial Hospital when the baby attains 5kgs weight which is usually around 3 months of age. It is at this time that the baby is amenable to operation under general anaesthesia with better [ + ]
Hairfall troubles everyone at some stage of their life or the other. If it persists for too long, thinning and balding of the scalp takes place.
At Richardsons Dental and Craniofacial Hospital, we provide a range of treatments to combat hair-fall starting from cyclical medicinal treatment [ + ]
Very often at Richardsons dental and craniofacial Hospital, we get patients whose cleft lip surgery was done elsewhere and who are dissatisfied with the way their cleft lip scar looks once they grow older. This usually happens when their primary cleft lip surgery is done [ + ]
Remo, a 25-year-old young boy was very conscious of the shape of his nose. He found it deviated, broad and bulky on the top. He had to leave for Canada for a work assignment and wanted a fast solution to this problem.
He came to the [ + ]
This quarter of the year has a lot of enthusiastic young surgeons from across the globe visiting Richardsons Dental and Craniofacial Hospital. The hospital is known for its state of the art care for all Cleft and Craniofacial cases and this has attracted surgeons from [ + ]
Clefts of the alveolus are typically treated around 6-10 years of age when bone can be taken from the hip, ribs etc of the patient and packed into the defect. However, a procedure which obviates the need for a bone grafting is the Gingivoalveoperiosteoplasty done at [ + ]
The final and the most significant improvement in the appearance of a cleft patient comes after the rhinoplasty is done at skeletal maturity. It immensely changes the appearance of the patient and is usually the last step in making the cleft patient look indistinguishable from [ + ]
Nose is in center of the face and is the most prominent part of the face. Being so, the nasal bone is the most commonly fractured bone in the human body and so various small and subtle defects can arise from childhood even without [ + ]