7 Things You Should Know Before Going for Nose Job

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When it comes to getting a nose job, most people don’t think about all of the details involved in the surgery and what comes after the surgery. You might think that this is a pretty simple procedure, but there are a lot of details that go into it and things to consider after the surgery takes place. That’s why we’ve created this handy article for you to go through and understand everything that you need to about getting a nose job.

 

  1. Be Sure to Take Enough Time Off Afterwards

It’s a good idea to prepare to take some time off of work in the 7 to 10 days after surgery. This varies from person to person, but be sure to ask your boss beforehand if it’s OK to take this time off. Or if you are a freelancer, you should work with your clients to see if projects can be pushed back a bit. This 7-10 days is going to let you deal with the swelling and bruising that will happen.

  1. Plan for Bruising and Swelling to Take Place

Most of the bruising and the swelling that you will experience will subside within 7 to 10 days after the surgery. That’s why it’s a good idea to take off work and not do too much physical activity right after the surgery. That way, you will be able to reduce the amount of bruising and swelling that actually occurs.

  1. You’ll Get the Final Result In 12 To 15 Months

One of the biggest complaints that plastic surgeons get when finishing up a nose job is that things seem a bit asymmetrical in the months following the surgery. And it’s important to emphasize that that is completely normal. It’s going to take that length of time for the swelling to completely go down and for everything to look like you would like it to.

  1. You Can’t Be Exercising For 3-4 Weeks After the Surgery

It’s crucial that you take time off from the gym or wherever you exercise in the 3 to 4 weeks after the surgery. This is because it could cause even more bruising and swelling if you get your heart rate above a certain level.

  1. Think About What You’re Going to Look Like After the Surgery

Another important thing to understand is that you might feel a little bit of discomfort after the surgery, but you shouldn’t feel any pain. You are going to have a splint on your nose, so be prepared for that whenever you walk outside and meet with people you know. It’s going to be obvious that you got a nose job, but this was your decision, so you will have to live with the side effects for a bit.

  1. What’s Normal After Going Through a Nose Job

It’s pretty normal to feel congested right after a nose job and to have swelling and even some bleeding around the nose. This is nothing to be alarmed about as any surgeon who is fit for the job, is going to tell you. Make sure to do everything that they say and you are going to be back to normal in no time.

  1. What to Expect on The Post Operation Visits

Another important factor to think about is what’s going to happen in your post operation visits. In the first visit, you will most likely get the external and internal splints removed from your nose, which is going to lessen the congestion and allow you to breathe easier.

 

And there you have it, folks! Make sure to keep all of this in mind whenever you decide that it’s time for a nose job. This is no simple surgery and you should be aware of what’s going on.

 

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