1) What Do To Expect When Getting A Rhinoplasty Procedure:
The first thing you have to do prior to planning on getting this type of procedure is to get a consultation with a surgeon to make sure you’re a good candidate for this type of cosmetic surgery, and explain what your personal goals are. Additionally, you will be asked a number of questions to help the medical facility get a good understanding of both your medical history, and any health concerns that they need to know about; both past and present.
From there, a surgery date can be scheduled based on your availability for the nose job procedure as well as the recommended recovery time that you will need. Aside from that, you ill be provided pre-operation instructions that you will need to follow to have a successful experience which will include making sure you have someone to pick you up once the surgeon is finished with the operation. For those that do not have someone to help them with this, often times people will plan to stay at a nearby hotel, and will get a taxi or hotel shuttle to both pick them up and drop them off.
In most cases, people need about 1 week to fully recover and return to their normal life post-op; however, your work is not done. You’ll also need to make sure you plan to be at all of your follow-up appointments so you can get any bandages removed that you may still be wearing and to also get check ups to make sure things are healing OK. Understand that it can take an entire year for you to fully heal, and some of the side effects might be: congestion, swelling in the surgical area, and headaches.
2) What Is As Rhinoplasty Revision?
It’s pretty much exactly like it sounds, revising or correcting something that isn’t exactly as you’d like it to be. There are a number of surgeons that focus solely on this type of cosmetic procedure. Why? Frankly, there are a number of reasons why people might need or want to get this type of procedure done after the initial rhinoplasty operation is completed. Some of the most common reasons that people want a revision of their nose job is:
- The patient is having a hard time breathing
- The patient feels like their nose appears to have had something done do it; basically it looks like it’s been operated on
- The patient doesn’t like the end result
- The patient’s nose has scooped
- The patient’s nose has developed a characteristic that was not there pre-op
It is important that you understand all of the possibilities when it comes to this type of procedure because tons of people have unrealistic expectations, and it results in them getting more work done than they really should, and it can leave them looking even less satisfactory than they intended.
When choosing a surgeon that does this type of special cosmetic surgery, make sure they clearly understand how to meet the expectations you had with the first surgery, as well as the one you hope to undergo. If you take the time needed to do this, you will end up with the exact appearance of your nose that you were hoping to achieve.
3) The Non Surgical Nose Job Explained:
Put simply, this is a noninvasive cosmetic procedure that makes use of what are called soft tissue fillers to change the appears, feel, and shape of the nose. For a long time, many people didn’t know about this type of procedure, but recently it’s becoming quite popular as more and more people are looking into whether or not they can undergo this type of procedure. In years past the results weren’t as good, and the fillers used were inferior to those being used today.
For anyone out there looking to basically change the shape of their nose, this type of non surgical rhinoplasty would probably be a good idea for you. However, those of you wanting to reduce the shape, length, size, or width of your nose… this type of procedure probably wouldn’t do much to help you reach that goal.
One of the things people love about this type of nose job is that it’s a pretty effective, and quick procedure that can be done right in the office of a surgeon. Also, for anyone trying to save money while researching nose jobs in general… you will find that this option can be a bit cheaper than going under the knife. Lastly, the results are pretty much instant and the recovery time that most people dread having to deal with is not a factor for those that elect for this non surgical option. The only downside is that the results are not permanent most of the time, but the cost allows people to get this done more than once if needed.