Manage your nose job preparation and recovery

How to get the most out of your nose job Prepare for your nose job by stopping smoking and not taking aspirin or ibuprofen. Get someone to drive you home. For the first few days afterward, take your antibiotics and follow your surgeon’s advice on cold packs. Drink...

What a nose job surgeon knows

Understanding the nose To perform plastic surgery on the human nose, a surgeon has to be able to look at a person’s face and figure out what sort of nose would look best. The modern surgeon doesn’t just slap a standard “ski-slope” nose on any sort of face, but there...

What to do when getting a nose job

Preparing for rhinoplasty To make sure you get the best nose job available, there are two things you need to do first: Find a surgeon with a state-of-the-art suite for operations, including computer imaging software that can show you your face after a nose job. Make...

When you need revision rhinoplasty

When rhinoplasty fails A nose that has been subject to a bad nose job really distracts from the rest of the face. According to the Web site Real Self, 89% of those who rated their rhinoplasties in the last two years said that they were worth it, but that isn’t 100%. A...
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