Preparing For Your Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)

Rhinoplasty at Aesthetics Dubai

The thought of undergoing a rhinoplasty can be a pretty exciting, yet nerve wracking feeling. The best way to overcome these nerves is by being mentally and physically prepared, and informed in every way possible.

Consultation

At your initial Rhinoplasty or Nose Job consultation with your plastic surgeon, he/she is likely to ask you what you wish to achieve from this surgery. You should be prepared to explain to your doctor in exactly what you want in detail. You must be aware that the doctor is limited by the external and internal structures of the nose. Although they can improve the appearance of it, they cannot just create a new nose. After the doctor examines your nose, he/she will explain what can be done to improve and perfect your nose and if you are a good candidate for Rhinoplasty. If the doctor fully understands the results you wish to achieve, he’ll be able to tell you if your goals and expectations are realistic.

Rhinoplasty Dubai

It is important that you tell your doctor if you have previously had an injury to your nose or any type of surgery on your nose, even if it was a long time ago. Your plastic surgeon should also be aware of any breathing difficulties or allergies you may have. If you have heart, lung, or liver disease, poor circulation, diabetes, smoke, take certain medications, or have a history of blood clots, you are at a higher risk for complications. It is essential that you explain your medical history in detail when speaking to your doctor.

Before Your Surgery

For about three weeks before your scheduled surgery date, it is important that you quit smoking to reduce the risk of complications. It is recommended that you do not continue smoking after your surgery either. Smoking has been shown to cause poor healing and cause scars. You should also arrange for a loved one to drive you from the hospital and take care of you the first few days after surgery. Your doctor will give you a list of prescriptions you must get, these should be filled before your surgery. Eating healthy before your surgery is always a good idea. Feeding your body the right nutrients and vitamins will help your body adapt to the changes that are being made and help you recover faster. Water is also very important. You must stay hydrated before and after surgery.

It is likely that your doctor will provide you with a list of things you should and should not do before surgery. As long as you do as your doctor says, things should go smooth and surgery should be a breeze!

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Liposuction: Everything You Need To Know

Liposuction

Liposuction targets excess fat – slimming and reshaping specific areas of the body by removing excess fat deposits and improving your body contours and proportion.

Areas where this procedure can be applied include:

  • Thighs
  • Hips & Buttocks
  • Abdomen & Waist
  • Back
  • Inner Knee
  • Chest Area
  • Cheeks, Chin & Neck
  • Calves & Ankles

Ideal candidates include:

  • Adults within 30% of their ideal weight who have firm, elastic and good muscle tone
  • Non Smokers
  • Individuals with specific goals in mind for body contouring

Will it hurt?

The procedure can be carried out under local or general anesthetic, but once the anesthetic wears off you may feel some pain and experience some swelling.

Results

The results of liposuction will be long lasting, provided you maintain a stable weight and general fitness. As your body ages, it is natural to lose some firmness but most of your improvement should be relatively permanent.

How long will I take to recover?

Patients are not usually required to spend the night in the hospital following the procedure. A compression garment is required to be worn for 2-3 weeks post surgery.

What are the risks of liposuction?

Every surgical procedure comes with risks attached and liposuction is no different. It is important to understand the consent forms for potential risks and complications. Risks can include bruising, changes in skin sensation that may persist, fluid accumulation, infection, persistent swelling, worsening of cellulite and even need for revision surgery. Your plastic surgeon will discuss these potential complications before undertaking liposuction surgery.

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