Rhinoplasty Thailand

Through Rhinoplasty, Thailand surgeons can add balance to your face!

While some individuals are born with perfect facial formation, there are those who believe that some area of their face is flawed.  Generally, the area many individuals looked to is the nose.  For some individuals, there nose is too big, too small, too wide, too narrow or just is not shaped quite right. 

For some individuals, the issue is greater than cosmetic.  These individuals may have structural deformities that prevent them from breathing properly. Regardless to the reason for the abnormality, flaws in the nose can be corrected through Rhinoplasty.  Thailand surgeons are highly skilled in performing Rhinoplasty and a host of other cosmetic surgery procedures.  .

Ideal Candidate
Before performing Rhinoplasty, Thailand surgeons require that the individual’s nose has stopped growing.  The nose must be in its matured state.  A woman’s nose is typically in its mature state at about age 14 or 15 and men’s nose reach a mature stage when the man is slightly older than 15.

Rhinoplasty can bring about a dramatic change in the person’s appearance.  Still, it is imperative that the individual has realistic and attainable goals. It is also important that the candidate is emotionally balanced.  Rhinoplasty will give the face a more balanced look but it will not turn every patient into the next cover model!  The candidate should expect that prior performing a Rhinoplasty, Thailand surgeons will discuss the individual’s expectations, the procedure and the expected outcomes. 

The Procedure
Rhinoplasty is typically performed in the surgeon’s office or in an outpatient care facility.  The patient is typically placed under a general anesthesia by an anesthetist.  The procedure can be opened or closed depending on the way in which the surgeon accesses the nasal interior.  The surgeon is able to more easily reach the nasal bone and the nose cartilage in an open Rhinoplasty, but because the incisions are placed inside the nose a closed Rhinoplasty will produce fewer scars than the closed procedure.

Recovery Period
After a Rhinoplasty, Thailand surgeons will ask the patient to remain in active for the first full day after the surgery.  The patient will also be asked to refrain from blowing his or her nose. The bruising and swelling that follows the surgery should resolve after a few weeks.  Keeping the head elevated above heart level will help the healing process.

There may be some additional discomforts including headaches for which the surgeon will prescribe the necessary medications.  The patient can expect a bit of the swelling to remain for up to a year after the Rhinoplasty.  Thailand surgeons continue to monitor their patients during the year, making sure the nose is healing efficiently.   **The swelling that remains after the first few weeks of surgery is noticeable only by the individual and the surgeon. 

After a Rhinoplasty, Thailand surgeons provide their patients with very detailed post-surgery directions.  The patient must follow these instructions without any deviations.

Typical potential risks to any surgery are adverse response to anesthesia, hematoma, infections and bleeding.  These risks are also a potential risks after Rhinoplasty. Thailand surgeons employ careful techniques to minimize or eliminated wherever possible.  Potential risks specific to nose surgery include numbness, scarring, nose bleeds, swelling and permanent nerve damage.

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