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Is Nose Job Cheaper To Do Out Of The Country
Cheaper out of state: Certainly it is tempting to find a great price for cosmetic surgery outside of this country. However, you are essentially risking your own well being. It is best to view surgery as a journey that continues after your surgery rather than something that ends right after surgery. You should be as informed and educated as you can whether or not your surgery is in this country or not. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I blew my nose really hard and a white, hard substance came out. What is this? Recently had a nose job.
Possible cartilage: It would be impossible to tell what it could be with out knowing what happened during the rhinoplasty. If cartilage grafts were used or septal cartilage manipulations were performed then it is possible that a fragment of cartilage came out. Have your surgeon look at you and if possible keep the substance that came out so it can be inspected. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a nose job 2 weeks ago and i accidentally pulled a stitch out of my nose is that going to effect the healing process?
There's a bump on my nose bone. Is there any way I can straighten it out without having a nose job or surgery?
ProbabelyNotSeePedia: There is no other way to straighten a bump if it has been there for long time.Get it checked by your Pediatrician after talking to your parents about your concern and only he/she can advoce you after examination and if needed refer you to an appropriate surgeon or a Dermatologist if needed Talk to your parents and consult Pediatrician ...Read more
Can I get a nose job at 17 years of age with out my parents permission? Im very insecure about my nose but my parent disagree with surgery.
Safety: Generally, nose surgery is fairly safe and is a fairly common procedure that is performed on an outpatient, or day surgery, setting. There are also risks with anesthesia as with any surgery, but overall anesthesia is fairly safe in most people as well.... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies widely.: Your body's reaction to pain has many variables that are often challenging to precisely predict. The type of nose procedure makes a significant difference. Determining pain control for your recovery is individualized to you and should be discussed prior to any procedures when you and your surgeon talk about risks and expectations. Pain is a common anxiety but often controlled well for most folks. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Highly personal: There are many medical conditions that may be treated with a nose job however, I am assuming you are referring to a cosmetic indication. This is a highly personal condition and requires great introspection and an evaluation of your reasons, expectations and appreciation for the risks that are involved with undertaking any elective cosmetic procedure. Discuss with respected board certified surgeon ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Depends on reasons: On occasion the physician as well as the patient must evaluate the reasons for seeking a particular surgery and assess the expectations to be fulfilled. While removing a hump is easily performed, expecting it to improve your looks to the point that it will result in better interpersonal relationships or job opportunities may not be realistic and lead to disappointment. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
6 weeks: This is not the final answer. The skin reaches about 60% of its strength in 6 to 8 weeks, it takes a year to be fully healed . The bones are stable in 6 weeks but the cartilage and the swelling may take months to resolve. The extent of the surgery also determines how long the healing process will take. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers