Rhinoplasty is a procedure to modify the form of the nose. Because breathing and the nose’s shape are connected, a rhinoplasty may occasionally be performed to modify the way the nose appears and enhance breathing through the nose. If you are getting ready to undergo rhinoplasty, here are some of the most asked questions patients have.
Is it a Simple Operation?
The basic answer is no; it’s not a simple operation. Rhinoplasty is a difficult procedure to do. This is due to several different variables.
As a starting point, the nose is a complex 3D form located in the centre of the face. The changes that are done during rhinoplasty are frequently relatively minor. However, these modifications can have a significant impact on the way the nose appears and operates. Because these modifications are so tiny, the margin for mistakes is also minimal.
Swelling and the injection of local anaesthetic into the skin cause the nose to deform during surgery, concealing many of the tiny modifications that have been performed. A natural nose augmentation (known as เสริมจมูกแบบธรรมชาติ in Thai) does not follow a conventional procedure or follow a predetermined sequence of stages. Each nose procedure is customised to meet the specific demands of the patient.
Do I Need to Stay in the Hospital Overnight?
Almost everyone who undergoes a nose job can comfortably leave the hospital the same day as the procedure. If you’re experiencing trouble with nausea or have other health concerns that need to be monitored, you may be required to stay in the hospital for one night, but those are rare situations.
How Long Does It Take to Recover?
Schedule time off from work, school, or other responsibilities for about a week after your surgery to allow for recovery. During the first week, you will notice a gradual improvement in your health. One week following surgery, most patients report feeling like they are back to their old selves.
There will be some inflammation following the procedure. Although most individuals no longer notice the swelling after a few months, it might take many months to completely disappear. People can normally return to most activities within a week, and they can resume full activities within two to four weeks after their surgery.
Are There Risks to the Surgery?
Every surgical procedure has some level of risk. Fortunately, the dangers of rhinoplasty are minimal and complications are quite rare. Before the surgery, your doctor will go through all of the risks and advantages of the procedure with you in great detail.