Join Us As We Uncover The Truth Behind The Top 5 Rhinoplasty Myths.

Rhinoplasty Myths1. It’s really simple to just take off that hump

Rhinoplasty is the most complex and challenging operation in all of plastic surgery. Not only must the nose compliment the face, but each section of the nose must be harmonious with all the others.  A rhinoplasty surgeon must have great attention to detail and have an appreciation for all the nuances of nasal and facial harmony.

2. You Can Get Any Nose You Want

Plastic surgery can make significant changes to your appearance. But if you want to be happy with the end result, it’s important to have open lines of communication with your surgeon at the time of the consultation.  This way, you and your surgeon will be aligned in your recommended surgical game plan, allowing you to feel comfortable during the next steps to your desired nose shape and size that best compliments the rest of your facial features.

3. The nose jobs I’ve seen all look obvious. I can spot them a mile away.

Certainly, poorly performed work can appear un-natural or look “done.” A common example of this is the overly pinched and up- turned tip. In years past, the cartilage of the nose was commonly over-reduced or removed which can result not only in this look, but also in poor breathing. A good rhinoplasty, on the other hand, typically appears natural, is no longer a distracting feature, and directs people’s attention to the person’s eyes, smile, hair, and skin.

4. Rhinoplasty is only for wealthy people.

The reality is that the median income for most patients having aesthetic surgery is $50,000 or less. Most surgeons offer payment plans of one form or another as well. Talk to your doctor and see what options are available for you.

5. I’ll be in a lot of pain following a nose job.

A rhinoplasty is a complicated surgical procedure, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to hurt! Most surgeons will prescribe the appropriate pain medications after surgery. If you take them as directed, in most cases, you may not feel much pain at all. The degree of discomfort varies based on patient, the extent of the procedure, and the patient’s pain tolerance, but it shouldn’t deter you from getting the nose you’ve always wanted.

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