Septorhinoplasty and Cheek Implants to Improve looks and sense organ’s defect: Know the Treacher Collins

Septorhinoplasty and Cheek Implants to Improve looks and sense organ’s defect: Know the Treacher Collins

Are you affected by a birth defect and genetic testing said it is trencher Collins?

Do you have normal intelligence, but a challenged facial appearance?

Do you want to transform your facial appearance and manage the symptoms of defects with reconstructive surgery?

Are you struggling with breathing issues, problem seeing, cleft palate, and hearing loss?

If you have aforesaid points of concern, you are the right candidate for reconstructive surgery with septorhinoplasty. In some specific cases, septorhinoplasty and cheek implants are done together to meet the desired aesthetic outcomes possible.

At DR. Karishma Aesthetics in Bangalore, we are getting the calls for septorhinoplasty and cheek implants in a huge number in which some patients come to us to address the issues caused by treacher syndrome.

DR Karishma Kagodu, heads DR. Karishma Aesthetics centre, for plastic cosmetic surgery/treatment that provides state-of-the-art cosmetic facilities for men and women seeking aesthetic plastic cosmetic surgeries and treatments.

What is Treacher Collins Syndrome?

Treacher Collins syndrome is a genetic defect/congenital condition, which is characterized by deformities of the ears, eyes, cheekbones, and chin. The complications may vary from mild to severe and the degree of variation in deformities categorized the case concerning the required reconstructive procedures. The more complications will be more specific reconstruction job would be performed to sort out the issue in the best aesthetic manner possible. It is a rare autosomal dominant and usually occurs as a result of a new mutation rather than being inherited from genes. It is a fact that Treacher Collins syndrome is not treatable; however, the only permanent option to address the discomforts associated, as well as improving the facial appearance is reconstructive surgery. The syndrome occurs in about 1 in 50,000 people. 

How does Treacher Collins affect one’s life?

1.     It affects the development of facial bones and tissues.

2.     It causes deformities of the eyes, ears, cheekbones, and chin.

3.     It causes complications of breathing, problems seeing, cleft palate, and hearing loss.

4.     One can experience a range of distinctive craniofacial anomalies, including underdevelopment of the lower jaw and underdevelopment of Zygomatic bone.

5.     Either absence of ears or small, rotated, and malformed ears can be seen in people with TCS.

6.     A partial or complete absence of eyelashes on the lower lid or eye problems/vision loss can be experienced.

7.     Dental anomalies can be seen, including tooth agenesis, discoloration, misplacement of the maxillary first molars, and also wide spacing of teeth can be seen.

8.     Nasal deformities are very common in people with TCS.

9.     Of course, psychological and social problems with facial deformity can affect one’s quality of life with TCS.

DR Karishma Kagodu successfully performed many cases of Treacher Collins and has credit for satisfying her patients with unmatched results.

·       Septoplasty:

Septoplasty or septorhinoplasty is performed to correct the birth defect that affects the development of the nose, which results in a deformed shape and size of the nose. Patients with Treacher Collins syndrome are the candidate for septorhinoplasty as it is required to correct the many issues such as difficulty breathing, problems seeing, cleft palate, and hearing loss.

Key Point: Children considering rhinoplasty/septoplasty need to have finished growing. It is usually allowed in the mid-teenage years for girls and late teenage years for boys.

How does the assessment perform for Septorhinoplasty?

DR Karishma Kagodu does a thorough analysis of the case, which includes consideration of any medical conditions, a complete examination of outside and inside of the nose, as well as an evaluation of your facial proportions would be concerned.

What your Plastic Surgeon may ask?

About breathing issues

History of allergy or sinus problems

History of birth defect or injuries

Any previous surgeries

After taking the facial photographs and get satisfied with a proper evaluation, your plastic surgeon will plan the septorhinoplasty concerning the size and shape of your chin and lower jaw in order to meet the natural outcomes as per the patient’s facial proportion and goal of making the well-shaped nose.

·       Cheekbone Implants:

Cheekbone implants or placement of infraorbital rim-malar implants in addition to septorhinoplasty can be performed to correct the TCS deformities. A very common problem in people with Treacher Collins syndrome can be seen with the eyes slant down and the dark circles present due to the weak underlying cheekbones and rim of the eye socket. Thus, cheekbone implants will help you receive the best results with good support to the eyelid resuspension procedures. Cheek or chin implants were first used for facial reconstruction procedures after the birth defect or damage caused by accidents or trauma. An expert plastic surgeon performs cheekbone implants or chin implants to make a person’s cheek or jaw line of a more aesthetic shape. The applications of cheekbone implants in TCS case are opted for offering the aesthetic results require extreme aesthetic precision and surgical proficiency. Various types of materials are used in cheekbone implants ranging from fillers to the person’s own body fat. Only board-certified, accredited plastic surgeons are allowed to perform the TCS cases with the duo of septorhinoplasty and cheekbone implants.

Wrapping up:

On the whole, we can say that congenital defects can be corrected perfectly with the expert hands of a plastic surgeon, and a significant improvement in birth defects, especially the facial appearance and sensory organs requires extreme attention with respect to choosing the right plastic surgeon, as well as a right cosmetic clinic at the right time. You can schedule a no-obligation consultation, either online or offline about reconstruction surgery for Treacher Collins Syndrome with DR Karishma Kagodu at DR Karishma Aesthetics, Bangalore, India. Feel free to call us at +91 8042036382+91 9108969006, or send us an inquiry through our website or via DM on Instagram.

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