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Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty

What is the definition of "Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty" or piezo surgery?

Ultrasonic rhinoplasty, by definition, is a rhinoplasty that uses ultrasound to cut, shape and polish the bone and cartilage structures in the nose.

These ultrasounds are produced by an instrument called the Piezotome, which was originally used for endooral procedures.

Its "tips" have been changed since 2013/2014 to be efficient and ergonomic at the nose pyramid level.

The Piezotome performs the same movements as traditional rhinoplasty instruments using vibrations that bond and polish the cartilage and bone continuity, poking holes or creating tears. 


What are the advantages of "Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty"is it?

  •  "Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty" makes it possible to gain the precision and safety of surgical movements.

  • Ultrasonic movements or vibrations gently cut and polish bones and cartilage.

What are the disadvantages


"Ultrasonic rhinoplasty"

  • The disadvantage of "Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty" is that more space needs to be created around the bone and cartilage structures of the nose in order to be able to position and use the "Piezotome", the ultrasound instrument of ultrasonic surgery.

  • Creating more space to shape the new nose, polishing and cutting the bone with ultrasound, prolongs the operation time by about 1 hour.

  • "Ultrasonic Rhinoplasty" is currently not possible in a closed way because space is needed to position Piezosurgery instruments.


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