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 Rhinoplasty, nose job , cosmetic surgery


Almost 50% of the population hates their noses. Too large, too wide, not symmetrical, whatever the reason why you are dissatisfied, a nose job (Rhinoplasty) may be your answer.


Rhinoplasty is the term used for the procedure we commonly know as a nose job, or nose reshaping.

Some of the reasons people elect to undergo Rhinoplasty include unnatural size, a bump on the bridge of the nose, an off-center or crooked nose, asymmetry due to injury, excessively flared nostrils, a droopy or thick tip, or excessive wideness.


Rhinoplasty can also provide relief from breathing problems or correct a birth defect.

There are always limitations to this procedure, therefore it is important to have realistic expectations for the outcome and truly understand what you will look like following this procedure.

When you meet with your plastic surgeon to discuss your wishes, it is important to communicate well about what your desires are for your appearance.


Your doctor will ask you questions about what appearance you'd like your nose to have, evaluate the structure of your face and make a determination based on your facial structure, age and desires.

 Minor bleeding from the nose is common during the first few days while the tissues heal inside.

When this surgery is performed from inside the nose, there is no visible scarring. If the procedure requires a narrowing of the nostrils, scars at the base of the nose are also minimally visible.

 Occasionally in rare situations, a follow-up procedure is necessary to correct minor deformities.

Any nasal packing will be removed after a few days and you'll feel much more comfortable.

Within two weeks all dressings, splints, and stitches should be removed.


It may be a few weeks before you feel back to normal, but you should be able to return to work or school after two or three days of rest. It is likely that you will be restricted from strenuous activities for two to three weeks.


You will be asked to avoid touching your nose or getting too much sun.

Don't forget that healing is a slow process and that the final appearance you have been dreaming of may not be completely apparent for up to a year or even longer.

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