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Does a Nose job change your smile?

Does a Nose job change your smile?

A nose job can have an effect on your smile. However, these side effects are not permanent, in general, and barely noticeable. Keep in mind that it will take almost a year for the nose to take its final shape. Thus, make sure to make your scheduled visits to your medical professionals to follow up with the healing process.

It is highly important for you to know that there is a great importance to work with a highly experienced and skilled healthcare professional. Otherwise, the surgery results can be catastrophic. This may lead to revision surgery.

What are the risks of nose jobs?

There are some risks that are related to nose jobs. However, not working with a highly experienced and skilled medical professional with high quality materials can increase the chances of risks. In any case, risks cannot be avoided completely. You can find some of the risks that relate to nose jobs below. These are:

  • Complications that relate to Anesthesia;
  • Change in skin sensation. Such as pain and numbness;
  • Breathing difficulties;
  • Possibility of infection;
  • Poor recovery wound healing;
  • Highly visible scarring;
  • Rhinoplasty Revision Surgery;
  • Skin discoloration;
  • Unpleasing nasal appearance.

In order to minimize the above risks, contact CK Health Turkey to plan your nose job.

Below are some of the points you should be careful of during post-op. These are:

Sports: As a general rule, you should avoid any strenuous physical exercise for at least 8 weeks after rhinoplasty. A week after the operation, you can start doing light exercises such as walking with the approval of your surgeon. Follow the advice of our healthcare professionals for smooth recovery. 

Sexual Intercourse: Approximately after 3 – 4 weeks, you may continue with your sexual activities.

Alcohol and Smoking: Avoid drinking alcohol 2 weeks before and 2 weeks after surgery. Smoking and alcohol consumption can narrow vessels, disrupt tissue nutrition, and cause cell death, and inflammation.

Driving: You may start to drive approximately after 2 weeks. Driving without completing your recovery process can adversely affect your driving.

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