Rhinoplasty Recovery

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What to expect when going under the knife for Rhinoplasty SUrgery can vary from person to person.

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Rhinoplasty Recovery

  1. 1. Rhinoplasty Recovery Your road to recovery begins essentially without delay right after your rhinoplasty. You will not find any hard and fast rules about rhinoplasty recovery. Everyone heals in a different way, in their own time. Some mild to moderate discomfort immediately after your nose reshaping medical procedure is common. This is often managed with prescribed pain killers. Many people can stop taking the pain medication after just 48 hours. Nausea is common after medical procedures, especially if it was performed under general anesthesia. Your surgeon can prescribe medicine to relieve your symptoms.A compact splint will be placed on your nose. The splint’s function is to shield your nose and keep itsecure for at least five to eight days after the surgery. Some surgeons use nasal packing to help reduceswelling and bleeding. This packing is positioned inside your nose during the course of the medicalprocedures and removed early the next morning.You may also feel stuffed-up after nose surgery. The challenge is to not blow your nose for at least aweek after surgery. Decongestants can help minimize your stuffiness. However, try to stay away fromdecongestants that contain aspirin or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines that can lead toexcessive bleeding. Ask your surgeon for guidance before taking any medicine.Rhinoplasty Recovery: Bruising and SwellingThere will likely be some bruising and swelling within the days and weeks following your nose surgery.You could even land up with two black eyes. Try applying cold compresses to the sore parts. Bags offrozen peas or frozen raspberries might do the trick. Ask your surgeon for more advice on how to avoidswelling and bruising. Some surgeons may recommend homeopathic treatments which include ArnicaMontana and Bromelain.Read the full article here http://www.bestrhinoplastyla.com/rhinoplasty/rhinoplasty-recovery/ www.bestrhinoplastyla.com

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