There are several things to consider when you want your Rhinoplasty or facial plastic surgery to be successful.
Planning begins with some questions that you should ask yourself and answer with all sincerity. “Is this the most appropriate time to have plastic surgery?” If you ended an important relationship or your professional life is not quite right, it may not be the best time to make changes that have to do with your body. The results may not be satisfactory, not because of the plastic surgery itself, but because of your emotional state.
There are patients who, despite anxiously waiting for their new image, after surgery, have difficulty accepting or recognizing themselves, although plastic surgery was technically well performed. It is essential to talk to your plastic surgeon about all the changes that will come so as not to be sad with the results afterward.
Take advantage of all the consultations to tell your facial plastic surgeon everything you expect regarding the results. Listen carefully to everything your doctor explains. The facial plastic surgeon will tell you in detail everything you can and cannot expect. What you think is beautiful and wonderful in a person does not mean that it is beautiful on all faces. PLASTIC SURGERIES ARE DEFINITELY PERSONAL.
Rhinoplasty cannot give you back love or a job that you lost. None of this is going to be done even if you have had plastic surgery. Logically, by feeling pretty, you will gain an extra dose of self-confidence. But that does not mean that all your problems will be solved. MUST BE REALISTIC: PLASTIC SURGERY IMPROVES YOUR AESTHETICS, RETURNS CONFIDENCE, INCREASES YOUR SELF-ESTEEM, BUT IT DOES NOT SOLVE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS.
There are numerous competent professionals who can perform a successful operation, BUT IT IS IMPORTANT TO ENTRY YOUR FACE WITH A CERTIFIED FACIAL PLASTIC SURGEON.
Find out in detail everything that will happen before and after the intervention. Details such as: if you are going to have inflammation and bruising, how much rest time you will need when you can return to your physical activities, work, or daily tasks.
If you smoke, quit the cigarette at least one month before and one month after the operation. Nicotine has a vasoconstrictor action that narrows the peripheral vessels, making it difficult to nourish the tissues.
If you do not strictly follow everything that your plastic surgeon determines, the final results may be compromised. Do not return to physical activity until your surgeon tells you to. Staying out of the sun is another essential point.
Always prepare calmly so as not to take unnecessary risks. All the examinations requested must be carried out before the operation. Remember that plastic surgery is an elective procedure and not an emergency.