Nose job - Rhinoplasty

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Too many people are dissatisfied with their nose features and this has
made Rhinoplasty one of the top five cosmetic procedures by volume in
the United States. For most people, the shape, size and appearance of
their nose are often a cause for concern. While most nose structures
are formed from birth, others are due to accidents or other conditions
develop nose structures that do not appeal to them.
A Rhinoplasty popularly called a nose job or a nose reshaping surgery
offers a safe, effective and time-tested cosmetic solution for men and
women who are unhappy with the size and shape of their nose.
Rhinoplasty can be used to create a balanced facial feature that boosts
confidence and also to correct structural defects, including those that
cause breathing problems.
If you are considering a Nose Job, you can count on us to provide you
access to the best medical professionals in the business.

What is it about?

Rhinoplasty improves facial features by reshaping and resizing the
structure of the nose. The procedure is a highly personalized surgery
and can be any of the following;

Reduction Rhinoplasty

Augmentation Rhinoplasty

Post-Traumatic Rhinoplasty

Reconstructive Rhinoplasty

Ethnic Rhinoplasty

Adult Rhinoplasty

Teenage Rhinoplasty
Depending on what procedure you are going in for, your surgeon would
talk you through the process and your options for creating your desired
sculpted facial features.

The Most Important Thing to Look Out For in Your Surgeon.

Rhinoplasty is a unique, individualistic procedure and would require a
great deal of expertise to achieve the best results. It is important that
you only engage the services of board certified plastic surgeons, and
those with high reputational image and client satisfaction.
There are a few other points to note;

Experience. The years of experience and number of surgeries the
surgeon has performed can help you determine if they are the
right fit for you.

Specialty. Are they specialist in this area of surgery or is the
procedure one of many they can handle? Answers to these
questions can help you filter your search.

Repuscore. The repuscore is the overall rating of the surgeon or
surgical practice on our platform. The score collates the ratings
under different metrics and assign a commiserate score to the
surgeon or surgical practice based on client reviews and
satisfaction surveys.

What to Expect

There are several variations of the Rhinoplasty surgery, each designed
to target certain areas of the nose or specific issues. The nose job
entails a reconstruction or correction of the structure of the nose. It
may also include a jaw implant to create a balanced facial feature.
Rhinoplasty can be done in conjunction with other facial surgeries or as
a stand-alone operation.
The procedure is highly individualistic and as such, there are specific
procedures for each individual under specific conditions.
Your surgeon would examine you and talk you through the various
stages and variation of your procedure. Depending on the procedure
and technique used, you can expect very minimal scarring or health
issues arising from complications.

Generally, what is the Recovery Time?

Recovery time is usually 2 – 4 weeks. The procedure is considered as an
outpatient procedure, as such you would return home the same day.
Full recovery will take a couple of weeks to months depending on the
nature of the procedure and the individual involved in the surgery.
Some of the steps to take to ensure a quick and smooth recovery

Sleep with their heads elevated

Wear clothes that button, rather than go on over the head

Brush their teeth gently to avoid irritating the upper lip and nose

Keep their faces still as much as possible

Apply cold compresses to the nose and mid-face

Eat soft foods that still have plenty of nutrients and fiber

Take baths, rather than showers, while the bandages remain in

Avoid blowing their noses

Change bandages and gauze, as instructed by their doctors

How much does it cost?

Because of the individualistic nature of the procedure, there isn’t a set
cost amount for Rhinoplasty. Invoice amounts are usually decided after
thorough examination and consultations with your surgeon. However,
the experience of the surgeon, the location of the practice, your health
and medical history, and the extent of work to be done can count as
some of the factors that would determine how much it would cost.
A standard procedure would cost anywhere between $3000 and
$15000. The cost would usually include:
1. Surgeon’s fee
2. Operating room fees
3. Anesthesia fees
4. Medical tests
5. Prescriptions for medication
6. Post-surgical garments (compression garments, etc.)
Rhinoplasty is an elective cosmetic procedure so; it is not covered by
health insurance plans. But for cases where it is medically indicated to
help with breathing, your insurance company can make an exception.
You can discuss this and more during consultations with your surgeon.

Some practices offer in-house financing for patients. You can speak
with your surgeon for details of how to obtain financing.

Is it worth it?

Except for medically indicated situations, a Rhinoplasty is often
intended to boost facial features and to improve body confidence. The
procedure accentuates your appearance and brings a youthful look to
your overall presentation.
Yes. The procedure is money well spent for eligible candidates.

Eligible Candidates for Rhinoplasty

People of all ages can benefit from this procedure. You are an eligible
candidate, if you are predisposed to any of these situations;

A nose that feels is too large or too small in comparison with
other facial features

A bump on the bridge of the nose

A wide nose

A nasal tip that droops, protrudes, or is enlarged

A bulbous tip

Nostrils that are excessively flared or pinched

A nose that is crooked or off-center

Have been injured so that the nose is asymmetrical

Have problems breathing due to irregularities with internal nose
structure (i.e. a deviated septum or related problems)

Potential Risk

As with all surgical procedures, Rhinoplasty presents its own set of
potential risks and complications. The most common problems are
unfavorable scarring, developing an infection, chronic nose bleed,
swelling, or difficulty breathing and blood clotting under the skin.
Your surgeon would talk you through the potential risks and steps to
take to avoid an occurrence of a complication. In order to prevent and
lessen the chance of developing post-operative complications, be sure
to follow ALL instructions from your surgeon.

Final Word

This is a highly personalized procedure that requires utmost
professionalism and expertise. Before choosing a surgeon or a practice,
ensure they are properly vetted and that you are confident of their
ability to deliver on your unique desire and needs.

Nose job - Rhinoplasty before & after photos