A Nose Job or a Nose Reshaping procedure is a surgical procedure that reshapes the bones and the cartilage of your nose to improve its look and function. If you think that your nose looks less-than-ideal or if you feel that it does not match your face, consider one of the following nose surgeries:
Nose surgery may help improve
To get an optimal result you’ll need to:
There are many benefits of nose reshaping. You may consider nose surgery benefits such as:
During your nose procedure, Dr Turner will undertake several steps to give you your desired nose:
Nose procedures can be done either open (via external incision under your nose) or closed (no external incision). Depending on your needs and your case, Dr Turner will suggest the appropriate method for your nose surgery:
A nose job or a rhinoplasty is a complex surgical procedure. Because of the limitedblood supply to the nose, nose job recovery may take longer to heal than some other surgical procedures. The swelling and bruising are usually cleared within two weeks after the procedure, but you should allow months to heal the bone and the cartilage. You may not see the full nose surgery result for 6 months or more.
The scars may take around a year to fully mature but will be mostly invisible since Dr Scott Turner will place them in hard-to-see places, such as the columella and the inner part of your nostrils. After the healing and fading of the scar are finished, you could opt for scar-mininimisation treatment that your surgeon may suggest as the best for your skin type.
As with any surgery, it is important that you are fully informed of the potential risks associated with nose surgery. While all care is taken to minimize these complications, they may and do occur despite the best medical care.
It is important that you carefully read and understand the potential risks and they will be discussed in further detail when you have your consultation with Dr Turner.
Dr Turner, as part of the comprehensive informed consent process, will meticulously address the potential risks and complications associated with plastic surgery during your consultation. His utmost priority is to ensure your well-being and he will outline the measures he will undertake to diligently manage and minimise these risks. It is important to note that despite all precautionary efforts, surgical complications can still arise.
The success of any surgical procedure heavily relies on the collaborative efforts of both the surgeon and the patient. We kindly urge you to actively participate in this partnership by diligently following Dr Turner’s instructions. Prioritise ample rest, maintain a nourishing diet, and allocate sufficient time for a smooth recovery, as these factors significantly contribute to expediting the healing process.
Outlined below are the general risks that pertain to all surgical procedures:
By maintaining open communication, adhering closely to Dr Turner’s guidance, and implementing appropriate self-care measures, we can enhance the likelihood of achieving a remarkable outcome. Your well-being is of paramount importance to us, and we are committed to providing you with the highest level of care throughout this journey.
A nose job is a broader term that includes rhinoplasty, tip rhinoplasty, septoplasty and alarplasty etc. A rhinoplasty involves reshaping the exterior of the nose by adjusting the underlying bone and cartilage.
Yes, a nose job can change the proportions of your face. If you choose a specialist plastic surgeon, they will be able to change your nose, so it looks good on your face. On the other hand, an inexperienced doctor or surgeon may bring about an undesired change to your nose. Rhinoplasty patients also report looking some three years younger on average after their surgery.
Before getting a nose job, you will need to know: