Are you happy with the way your nose looks? Do you find it too big or too small for your lovely face? Fret no more, your nose can be fix and shaped the way you want it to be, by undergoing a nose plastic surgery. These days, a ‘nose job’ is nothing out of the ordinary, from celebrities to ordinary people, they underwent this procedure.
In medical term, it is called Rhinoplasty, and it is performed by qualified surgeon. Altering the size and shaped of your nose can virtually change the appearance of your entire facial features. There are two types of Rhinoplasty, the open and closed procedure. In open nose surgery, the surgeon will make an incision on the outside revealing fully the structures of the nose. In closed technique, the incision is made on the inside of the nose.
Each person has its own reason why he or she wants to undergo nose reconstruction. Most of the reasons are mainly aesthetic purposes. It is either the size of too big or extremely flattened out or too wide. Apart from that, some find their nostrils too far part, or they have crooked shaped nose. However, others have a nose job for medical reasons, like it was severely damage due by accidents or diseases, and to correct breathing pattern.
So, who would make the best candidates for this procedure? They are the people who seek to enhance their appearance. Those who are physically and psychologically fit, which means that they have realistic expectations of the surgery’s outcome. Having a realistic expectation is essential in achieving your ideal nose size. Your surgeon cannot just give you the nose of your favorite movie star, since you have different nose anatomical structure. The size and shape you want may not look with the rest of your facial features.
Undergoing cosmetic surgical procedures do not come cheap. The costs of such procedure will range from $3000-$8000 depending on the surgeon’s professional fee, anesthesiologist fee and the facility fee. You also need to keep in mind the possible complications from the surgery. Although it is rare, you might develop infections, experience the side effects of anesthesia or bleeding can arise during the early recovery phase.
It would be a long road to recovery after a nose reconstruction procedure. On the first few days, the nose are puffy, bruised and minimal bleeding is expected. However, it will diminish after a few weeks; minor swelling will lasts for months.