Rhinoplasty FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions in Rhinoplasty

  • In the booking section of the website, we offer services like airport transfer, accommodation booking, interpreter, etc. to facilitate your medical journey. You may find some services free of charge.

  • The majority of physicians and nurses are fluent in English. In the IPD of the medical center, there are Arabic and English interpreters. Additionally, we can provide you with an interpreter to keep you company and facilitate communication with medical team.

  • Both an internal and an exterior incision at the base of your nose, between your nostrils, may be used in rhinoplasty. During this operation bone and cartilage under your skin may be changed by your surgeon. According to the quantity of bone or cartilage that must be removed or added, your nose’s structure and available materials, surgeons may modify the shape of your nasal bones and cartilage in a number of ways. Following these modifications, the surgeon reattaches the nose’s skin and tissue and sutures the incisions in your nose.

  • You are a good candidate for rhinoplasty if: 1- You are healthy (mentally and physically), 2- You’re between 17 to 60 years old, and 3- You are a non-smoker or at least you can quit smoking for some time.
    But, people with a bleeding disorder like hemophilia should not undergo this surgery. Also, if you are taking blood thinners routinely and you’re not allowed to stop them for a 2 to 3 days, rhinoplasty is not your option.
    Patients suffering from heart or lung diseases need to consult with their doctor to see whether they can get a rhinoplasty done. Usually, they are not considered as good candidates for a cosmetic nose job.

  • Breathing can be improved when rhinoplasty surgeons open the airways where they’re pinched due to narrow internal valves, obstructed by a deviated septum or constrained due to enlargement of internal structures such as the turbinates.

  • Sure. There is plenty of options for your treatment procedure. If there was anything unavailable on the website, feel free to consult with our Support Team.

  • While recovering, some activities must be avoided to facilitate good healing. A list of things to avoid after rhinoplasty includes smoking, wearing glasses, staying out of the sun and engaging in strenuous activities.

  • Statistics show that rhinoplasty patients were 83.6 percent satisfied with their results.

  • Rhinoplasty risks include bleeding, infection, and a poor response to anesthesia. There are other hazards of rhinoplasty, including breathing problems and numbing over and around the nose, an uneven-looking nose, chronic discomfort, swelling and scarring after the procedure.

  • Sure. The interpreter will be there for you whenever you need it. Translation and phone support are also available around the clock.

  • If necessary, your interpreter will be with you through every step of your medical trip. Your translator is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and will accompany you to the medical institution if you so wish.

  • You may need to spend between seven and ten days in Iran for rhinoplasty. Throughout this period, you will get excellent care. Six or seven days after surgery the splint has been removed and you can return to normal activities. After a tape is placed on your nose, you may fly back home.

  • After 9-14 days, patients who have office jobs may return to work. But, you must adhere to the doctor’s instructions and post-operative treatment guidelines even at work.

  • For the majority of patients, a mild form of general anesthesia is sufficient. It is possible to use local or intravenous anesthesia if only minor changes need to be made.

  • Based on the intricacy of the situation, nose surgery might take between two to three hours.

  • Rhinoplasty can be performed any time of year, however some surgeons believe that the spring and summer months are the best.

  • Typically, revision rhinoplasty is more expensive than the first procedure. With a subsequent nose job, the time of the procedure and its intricacy are also increased. Please contact our team of healthcare specialists for accurate pricing that is geared to your requirements and expectations. They will provide you with a free consultation as well as a treatment cost estimate.

  • In general, rhinoplasty patients are not required to stay in the hospital after their nose surgery. The operation lasts around 2 or 3 hours and patients can go home whenever they wake up. However, if the surgery is a complex one or when the patient suffers from a certain disease like heart diseases, he/she may stay for one or two nights to be taken care of after the surgery. Moreover, when rhinoplasty is carried out along with another procedure like chin surgery (at the same time), there would be an overnight stay.
    Mostly, all patients are permitted to go back home the same day after surgery. However, if you have some health issues after the operation that needs monitoring, it’s better to stay in the clinic for one night.

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