Getting a nose job: Is it worth it?

by Cosmetic Surgery health care worker
What exactly is a rhinoplasty?
Rhinoplasty, sometimes known as a "nose job," is a procedure that improves the look of one's nose. Patients choose to have this surgery done for a variety of reasons. The following are some of the most common problems we hear from patients seeking rhinoplasty in Dubai:

  • Their nose is far too large for their face.
  • They are bothered by the bump on the bridge of their nose.
  • They are dissatisfied with the appearance of the tip of their nose.
  • Their nose is crooked, and they believe it does not "match" their face.
Fortunately, for the proper applicant, a rhinoplasty performed by a competent and qualified facial plastic surgeon can address the majority of these issues. A rhinoplasty can boost a person's self-esteem and confidence, resulting in a higher quality of life.

Who is a Good Candidate for Rhinoplasty?
Setting up a consultation with a facial plastic surgeon is the first step in determining if you are a candidate for rhinoplasty. The surgeon will evaluate your health and medical history, as well as perform a physical examination of the skin and bone around the nasal area, during your initial appointment. After the inspection, you will be able to discuss what you want to see enhanced with a rhinoplasty.

A computer image application, such as the one used by Dr. Abdul Majeed Makkiya during all of his consultations, is an efficient approach to communicate with your surgeon about your rhinoplasty goals. By looking at your photos together, you and your surgeon can devise a treatment plan that will result in the greatest possible outcome. You may be a suitable candidate for rhinoplasty if you meet the following criteria:

  • Your face bones have simply stopped growing
  • You do not have any underlying medical issues that would limit your ability to undergo surgery
  • You are not a smoker
  • You have an optimistic attitude and realistic goals

How it's done
An expert surgeon, such as Dr Abdul Majeed Makkiya of Dynamic Clinic, will first examine the bone and cartilage support of the nose. Rhinoplasty is performed using one of two procedures. When using the "closed" approach, the surgeon only makes internal incisions through the nostrils. Because of the limited visibility, it is difficult to deliver the optimum results to the patients while employing this method.

The more current approach, sometimes called as the "open" procedure, allows the surgeon to visualize more of the nasal anatomy, providing the patient with more exact and precise outcomes. An incision is made in the skin between the nostrils during a "open rhinoplasty." From there, the surgeon is able to raise the skin and accurately repair the deformed features, providing the patient with the greatest results imaginable.

Rhinoplasty Recovery
Your nose will be stuffy for a few days following surgery, and there may be some bruising of the lower eyelids. Cold compresses, particularly bags of frozen corn and peas, can often assist to decrease bruising and discomfort. You will leave the surgery with a little cast on the bridge of your nose. The cast and sutures will be removed seven days after your operation. At that moment, most people exhibit minor yellow discoloration of the lower eyelids, which can be readily concealed with makeup. We normally advise patients to take 7-10 days off work or school to recover from rhinoplasty. The majority of the edoema resolves during the first 2-3 weeks of surgery, with the remaining swelling taking longer to reduce, particularly at the tip.

When is the best time for a nose job?
This will differ from person to person for patients. There is no one-size-fits-all answer. The genuine response is, "It all depends." As a general rule, rhinoplasty should be performed ONLY AFTER a person has stopped developing.

Patients who are embarking on a new chapter in their lives, such as preparing for college or a new career, may wish to have a rhinoplasty to help represent that new shift. The seven to ten day recovery is very straightforward to fit into a hectic schedule with careful planning.

The cost of rhinoplasty in Dubai
When selecting a surgeon for the treatment, look for one who is not just experienced, but also has the educational background and training to back it up. Dr. Abdul Majeed Makkiya has performed thousands of nose procedures and is a double board certified facial plastic surgeon.

Rhinoplasty Cost in Dubai ranges between AED 5000 to AED 10000 at Dynamic Clinic. This charge includes the surgeon's fee, anaesthetic fees, facility fees, and any follow-up appointments.

Contact Dynamic Clinic
We'd love to hear from you if you're considering rhinoplasty in Dubai. Discover why Dr. Abdul Majeed Makkiya is one of the most sought-after plastic surgeons in the region. He'll be pleased to answer any questions you have about the operation in order to help you attain the look you've always desired. Call us at +971 588230420 right now.

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