Bichectomy is a surgical procedure to remove thin, long cartilage tissues found in the face area. This procedure is usually done in order to regulate the irregularity or excessive amounts of thin cartilage tissues that occur in the face area. The bichectomy procedure can also be performed to reduce swelling in the facial area and to give the facial area a younger appearance.

The bichectomy procedure is usually done under anesthesia and takes several hours. The surgeon removes the thin cartilage tissues in the facial area using surgical instruments such as scissors, scalpel or laser. In addition, the surgeon replaces the cartilages in the facial area with new tissue and gives a smoother shape to the facial area.

The bichectomy procedure is performed by a surgeon and is usually performed in a surgical clinic or hospital setting. The procedure is usually performed under anesthesia and is performed as an outpatient, meaning the patient can go home the same day. Post-surgery, the patient usually requires bed rest for a few days and then begins to return to normal. After the bichectomy procedure, the patient’s swelling and bruising usually subside within a few weeks.