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Rhinoplasty through the 1st year (results, recovery, check-ups and more)

After you have had rhinoplasty surgery, you’ll need to ensure you follow the surgeon’s tips in the weeks following the procedure. It helps to know what to expect, so you can plan ahead. Results will start to show in a few weeks time and you may need to chalk out time for follow-ups with the doctor in the months after to assess the final results.

On the Day: What to Expect After Rhinoplasty Surgery

After you have had rhinoplasty surgery, you will be kept in the clinic for a while for recovery. Since the procedure is usually carried out under sedation or anesthesia, you will need to wait for it wear off. The surgeon and his/her team will then dress the surgical site and add packing material, a cast or bandages as needed. There will also quite likely be sutures to hold the newly constructed nasal tissue in place.

The First 72 Hours

You will be advised to keep the nose clean and possibly apply an antibiotic ointment to ward off infection. While you can have baths, ensure the nose area and the plaster does not get wet. You might feel a little soreness and swelling in the area for a few days after rhinoplasty. For any extreme discomfort or concerns, do call your surgeon or fix an appointment to have it looked at.

One-week Appointment

Your cosmetic surgeon will typically ask to see you about a week after the procedure. At this time, he/she will check to see that the healing and recovery are on track. It also allows them to check for any issues or infection and to nip it in the bud. The sutures that had been placed during the rhinoplasty will usually be removed during this appointment. This is the first time you will get to actually see your nose after the procedure. Remember, it is still going to be fairly swollen so don't be put off. As the swelling subsides, you will start to notice the change in the weeks that follow.

The Month After

At this point, you will probably start returning to your normal routine. Just take care not to exert yourself too much, physically. Always check with the cosmetic surgeon or his team about whether or not it is okay to return to the fitness routine you have in mind, given your stage of recovery. Remember, there is no universal answer to this, so it is important to run it past your own doctor. Inverted poses in yoga and aerial exercises and some movements in pilates will be off the cards for a little longer.

The First Year

As the months go by, the swelling and bruising will go away completely both on the outside and the inside of your nose. The changes the surgeon initiated will take hold, allowing your nose to take on its new shape.

One-year Appointment

This is a very important appointment and a key part of your rhinoplasty journey. It gives your cosmetic surgeon a chance to check the full before and after results. If you’re having any issues, this is the time to raise them.

Fix an Appointment for Rhinoplasty With This Experienced Team

Dr Jamil Asaria and the experienced team at Face Toronto are a popular choice for rhinoplasty and other facial cosmetic surgery. Dr Asaria is a board-certified cosmetic surgeon and has performed thousands of facial cosmetic surgeries. In his able care, you'll get the nose you've always wanted without any fuss. Patients say that the reassuring support of the team helps make recovery easier.

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Your 1st Year Following Rhinoplasty

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Your 1st Year Following Rhinoplasty

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