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makemehealN 02-27-2013 12:59 PM

Opinions on Rhinoplasty
 
I want to get a rhinoplasty done but I'm scared to go through with it. I have a very wide and flat nose and I have hated it my whole life. I have been to many consultations and each doctor said a different thing. One said I should get a rib graft then the other said I shouldn't get any grafts because it would eventually show through my nose. He said I should get a non surgical nose job. Then another doc. said fillers were dangerous and I shouldn't get it done. I'm not sure what to do. I'm posting pictures because I need advice and opinions on what I should do. I want to do the right thing so HONEST opinions are welcome.


Thank you for your time and help.

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revisionrhinoplasty 02-28-2013 01:59 AM

If you are planning for a Rhinoplasty then be aware about the ‘before and after’ effects. A little bit of research never hurt anyone, and it is essential for anyone planning to make a decision that will affect their appearance in such a drastic way. Considering a Rhinoplasty surgery is a great way to get rid of this problem. New York city is also popular for these kinds of treatments.

andrewphil7 04-19-2013 02:58 AM

After a rhinoplasty, there is short-term healing and long-term healing. In short-term healing, most patients can return to work, comfortable and presentable, in about 10 days.In long-term healing, patients will see their final nose after one year yet subtle changes may still continue. While most swelling should subside within 10 days, fluid remaining in the nasal tissue for an extended period results in what’s commonly referred to as the shrink-wrap effect. The skin and soft tissue envelope adhere to underlying cartilage and bone causing these subtle changes over time.

guyzipp10 04-22-2013 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by makemehealN (Post 15131)
I want to get a rhinoplasty done but I'm scared to go through with it. I have a very wide and flat nose and I have hated it my whole life. I have been to many consultations and each doctor said a different thing. One said I should get a rib graft then the other said I shouldn't get any grafts because it would eventually show through my nose. He said I should get a non surgical nose job. Then another doc. said fillers were dangerous and I shouldn't get it done. I'm not sure what to do. I'm posting pictures because I need advice and opinions on what I should do. I want to do the right thing so HONEST opinions are welcome.


Thank you for your time and help.

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8377/8...34c9c725_m.jpg

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8095/8...43769185_m.jpg

http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8108/8...140d5403_m.jpg

If you are looking for an instant option, then it is better to go for Rhinoplasty. Non surgical procedures like fillers require you to take regular sessions and will take time to view the complete results.However with any procedure, the risks are there. So the only way to stay away from the potential risks is relying on a well experienced plastic surgeon. Give some time to research about his experience, certification as well as the successful surgeries he has performed.


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