How long is the recovery period after nosejob?

How long is the recovery period after nosejob?

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I would like to return to work after the surgery and engage in everyday life as soon as possible. How long is the recovery period after eyelid surgery?
Ekip Estetik İstanbul  |  Basic member  |  Istanbul
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Dear visitor,
As the other surgeries,recovery period takes a month...After surgery you should have calm life...and avoid most of the things...
Best Regards;
Ekip Estetik
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farella
farella  |  visitor
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After a surgery, you will always look worse before you look better! After a rhinoplasty, your face is swollen, you will have bruising and you generally may not feel well. You may feel sad or depressed at your new look, but those feelings will pass, as every day you will look and feel a little better.

What type of bandaging will I have on after surgery? You will have a splint on your nose to help it maintain its new shape. To stabilize the septum, your plastic surgeon will use nasal packs or splints.
Puffy face (mostly in the first 24 hours).
Dull headache.
Swelling and bruising around your eyes. The bruising may increase for two to three days before it tapers off. Apply cold compresses to relieve any pain or pressure you have from the surgery.
* Some bleeding from the nose.
* Stuffiness do not blow your nose for a week or more.

During the first 24-hours, you will spend most of the time in bed with your head elevated. You will be able to control your pain using medication prescribed by your doctor.
farella
farella  |  visitor
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After a surgery, you will always look worse before you look better! After a rhinoplasty, your face is swollen, you will have bruising and you generally may not feel well. You may feel sad or depressed at your new look, but those feelings will pass, as every day you will look and feel a little better.

What type of bandaging will I have on after surgery? You will have a splint on your nose to help it maintain its new shape. To stabilize the septum, your plastic surgeon will use nasal packs or splints.
Puffy face (mostly in the first 24 hours).
Dull headache.
Swelling and bruising around your eyes. The bruising may increase for two to three days before it tapers off. Apply cold compresses to relieve any pain or pressure you have from the surgery.
* Some bleeding from the nose.
* Stuffiness do not blow your nose for a week or more.

During the first 24-hours, you will spend most of the time in bed with your head elevated. You will be able to control your pain using medication prescribed by your doctor.
farella
farella  |  visitor
  • 9 answers
After a surgery, you will always look worse before you look better! After a rhinoplasty, your face is swollen, you will have bruising and you generally may not feel well. You may feel sad or depressed at your new look, but those feelings will pass, as every day you will look and feel a little better.

What type of bandaging will I have on after surgery? You will have a splint on your nose to help it maintain its new shape. To stabilize the septum, your plastic surgeon will use nasal packs or splints.
Puffy face (mostly in the first 24 hours).
Dull headache.
Swelling and bruising around your eyes. The bruising may increase for two to three days before it tapers off. Apply cold compresses to relieve any pain or pressure you have from the surgery.
* Some bleeding from the nose.
* Stuffiness do not blow your nose for a week or more.

During the first 24-hours, you will spend most of the time in bed with your head elevated. You will be able to control your pain using medication prescribed by your doctor.
farella
farella  |  visitor
  • 9 answers
After a surgery, you will always look worse before you look better! After a rhinoplasty, your face is swollen, you will have bruising and you generally may not feel well. You may feel sad or depressed at your new look, but those feelings will pass, as every day you will look and feel a little better.

What type of bandaging will I have on after surgery? You will have a splint on your nose to help it maintain its new shape. To stabilize the septum, your plastic surgeon will use nasal packs or splints.
Puffy face (mostly in the first 24 hours).
Dull headache.
Swelling and bruising around your eyes. The bruising may increase for two to three days before it tapers off. Apply cold compresses to relieve any pain or pressure you have from the surgery.
* Some bleeding from the nose.
* Stuffiness do not blow your nose for a week or more.

During the first 24-hours, you will spend most of the time in bed with your head elevated. You will be able to control your pain using medication prescribed by your doctor.
Anup Dhir M.D.  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  New Delhi
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You may have swelling & bruising of the face after the surgery,besides a nasal splint & nasal packs.The packs come off after 1-2 days & splint may come off after 10 days.After about 2 weeks of surgery you may be fairly presentable though the final result may be appreciable after 6-9 months.
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farella
farella  |  visitor
  • 9 answers
After a surgery, you will always look worse before you look better! After a rhinoplasty, your face is swollen, you will have bruising and you generally may not feel well. You may feel sad or depressed at your new look, but those feelings will pass, as every day you will look and feel a little better.

What type of bandaging will I have on after surgery? You will have a splint on your nose to help it maintain its new shape. To stabilize the septum, your plastic surgeon will use nasal packs or splints.
Puffy face (mostly in the first 24 hours).
Dull headache.
Swelling and bruising around your eyes. The bruising may increase for two to three days before it tapers off. Apply cold compresses to relieve any pain or pressure you have from the surgery.
* Some bleeding from the nose.
* Stuffiness do not blow your nose for a week or more.

During the first 24-hours, you will spend most of the time in bed with your head elevated. You will be able to control your pain using medication prescribed by your doctor.
Dr Xavier Tenorio  |  Premium member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Geneva, Gstaad
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M.D. Natasa Popovic  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery
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Nose job or eyelid surgery? 7 days but you will have bruising and slight edema one more or two weeks.
Medica Aesthetica  |  Premium member  |  Brno
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The recovery after the rhinoplasty takes 14days.

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Alexander Kutubidze  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Tbilisi
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ONE to FOUR WEEKS FOLLOWING SURGERY

As you resume your normal daily activities, you must continue proper care and healing.

• Continue to wear your splint as directed. Any bruising and swelling should begin to improve.
• Refrain from direct sun exposure. If you are outdoors, apply at least an SPF 30 at least 30 minutes prior to sun exposure and wear a hat. Your facial skin is highly susceptible to sunburn or the formation of irregular, darkened pigmentation.
• Do not smoke. Smoking deprives your body of necessary oxygen that can result in poorly healed, wide, raised scars.
• You may begin sleep in a modified reclining position. However do not sleep lying flat or on your stomach. If you are a side sleeper, two pillows under your head may offer more comfort.

SIX WEEKS FOLLOWING SURGERY

Healing will progress; swelling continues to diminish.

• Bruising, discomfort or tightness will continue to improve.
• You may ease into your regular fitness routine. However, if you are going to engage in any contact sports you must wear proper protection.
• No need to resume smoking. You have now gone 10 weeks (4 weeks prior to surgery and 6 weeks following) without a cigarette. For your long-term health, there is no need to resume smoking.

YOUR FIRST YEAR

Your appearance will continue to refine. It may take a year for all swelling to resolve and for your nasal appearance to settle to a final outcome. Nasal injury repair is the most intricate of plastic surgery procedures and healing is often unpredictable as delicate nasal bones may shift in healing. The outcomes may not be as expected. In some cases a secondary procedure may be recommended to refine your outcomes.

Your appearance will change with age. Like any facial feature, your nose can change as you age. Call us at any time with any of your questions or concerns.
Dr. surendra chawla  |  Basic member  |  New Delhi
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5-7 days are required to resume your job as you will have dressing and splintage for that period.
Associate Professor Ercan Karacaoglu M.D.  |  Premium member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Istanbul
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In fact only few days but if the question is including swelling period than 10 days to 4 weeks, depends on your body.
Dr Sreekar Harinatha  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Bangalore
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It takes around 2-3 weeks for complete recovery.

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