Are you unhappy with the size or shape of your nose? Transform your most defining facial feature at Cosmetrix
Procedure Name :
- Rhinoplasty Redo/Revision
- Rhinoplasty Tip
If you’re having problems breathing or you’re not happy with the size or shape of your nose, you may want to consider a rhinoplasty, also called a “nose job”. This popular procedure corrects a large, misshapen or dysfunctional nose by removing cartilage to create a more proportional and natural nose shape that brings balance to your face and improves your health and self-image.
Rhinoplasty is suitable for adult men and women who have difficulty breathing, such as with a deviated septum, or who are not satisfied with the appearance of their nose, because it is too large or crooked, or has a bump on the bridge, wide nostrils or a bulbous tip as a result of injury or natural aging. To have this procedure, you must be in good health.
In preparing for rhinoplasty, you may be asked to:
- Get lab testing or a medical evaluation
- Take photos and measure your nose
- Take certain medications or adjust your current medications
- Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs and herbal supplements, as they can increase bleeding
This surgery takes around two hours. On the day of the procedure, you’ll receive general anesthesia, which will put you to sleep during the operation. As there are several ways to change the size or shape of your nose, the ideal approach will be determined with your doctor. You will likely have to spend one or two nights in the hospital following the procedure.
It will take several weeks to recover from this procedure. You’ll have to severely limit strenuous exercise and may need to take a week off work. Your doctor will advise you on this based on your personal situation, as you go through the healing process.
After rhinoplasty, you may experience some common side effects that persist for a few weeks. In the days following surgery, pain and swelling are likely to occur, while some numbness and bruising are also common. Swelling and stuffiness of the nose is common for several weeks following surgery. The risk of other, more severe complications is minimal and rare, but increases if you have poor circulation, diabetes, heart, lung, or liver disease.
Your new nose will transform your face and your self-confidence, though it is common to feel dissatisfied with the look of your nose immediately after the surgery, when the nose is still quite swollen. It may take up to a year for your new nasal contour to fully refine, so you can appreciate the final result of the surgery. There should be no visible scaring and your new, more proportional facial appearance will be with you forever.
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The Package Includes:
- Charges for operating room use, recovery room use, and nursing services (for scrub nurse and circulating nurse)
- Accommodation, including charges for room, nursing services, and food ordered from the standard hospital menu
- Laboratory testing as necessary for the procedure and if required by the surgeon, including: CBC, PT & PTT Coaglition, bleeding time, FPG, creatinine, HIV Ab/Ag, and urinalysis
- Medical equipment and medical supplies necessary for the procedure (SDC, vaser or liposuction machine (if required))
- Medications: routine medications necessary for the procedure while the patient is admitted
- Anesthesia: pre-anesthetic drugs, anesthesia, medical gas (oxygen, nitrous oxide)
- One follow up visit for related to procedure done at cosmetrix
- Physicians’ fees:
- Surgeon’s fees
- Anesthesia’s fees
The Package Excludes:
- Medicine and investigation other than mentioned above in the package
- Charges billed for inpatient stays in excess of one nights (additional charges for these days, including room and other charges, will be added to the package price at normal hospital rates)
- Charges for other procedures or other plastic surgery procedures
- Charges for all intensive care unit services, if necessary
- Outpatient fees and expenses incurred before admission and surgery
- Other charges not related to the procedure
- Continuous treatment related patient’s medical history
- Any complication which may arise during or after the surgery
- Take home medications and supplies
- Compressive garment – outside the package