When preparing for any plastic surgery and surgical intervention, it is worth analyzing the existing risks. We will tell you about whether rhinoplasty is fraught with danger and what contraindications to this procedure may appear.

Anesthetic Risks.

They are associated with the immersion of the patient under general anesthesia. In the process of rhinoplasty, breathing is controlled by a specialized apparatus. Risks of this nature are considered minimal because this type of anesthesia is considered harmless. The functioning of the body during the operation is assessed by an anesthesiologist, and a preliminary examination allows you to reduce health threats to a minimum. By following the recommendations of the doctors, complications associated with anesthesia can be avoided.

Aesthetic Risks.

The result of rhinoplasty is approximate. The most clear picture allows you to recreate computer modeling, but the actual results of the operation may differ from the forecast. The patient is not always satisfied with the changes that have occurred. Nasal surgery can lead to the following complications:

  • The appearance of a depression on the back of the nose;
  • Step deformation;
  • The appearance of a hump;
  • Asymmetry of the back, nostrils, tip;
  • The appearance of growths or thorns;
  • Upturned tip.

The surgeon cannot be blamed for such unexpected changes, since the doctor cannot predict the behavior of the tissues. Each human body is unique, and each operation has individual consequences.

Complications of a medical nature. The most common effect of this kind is breathing problems. Aesthetic nasal correction and straightening of the septum sometimes leads to breathing difficulties. This happens when the wrong rhinoplasty technique is used or when the doctor’s recommendations are not followed during rehabilitation. The patient is able to follow the advice of a specialist when awake, but this is not possible in an uncontrolled sleep. This short-term period is sufficient for undesirable effects to occur.

Complications of the postoperative period.The swelling and inflammation of the tissues makes them vulnerable, so adherence and care is very important. Sterility must be maintained to avoid infection. If bleeding occurs, notify the attending physician.

Contraindications

Plastic surgeons identify relative and mandatory contraindications, in which rhinoplasty is impossible. The former can be fought, while the latter require that you abandon your plans forever.

Relative contraindications include: inflammatory diseases of the respiratory system, viral diseases, dermatological problems, age restrictions and menstruation. It is enough for the patient to take care of his health, wait for the permissible age or calculate the exact cycle of menstruation in order to carry out his plan.

Absolute contraindications include: the presence of diseases of the immune and cardiovascular systems, diabetes mellitus, infectious diseases, allergies, chronic, autoimmune and immunodeficiency ailments. Rhinoplasty is not recommended in the presence of: oncology, problems with the bronchi, poor blood clotting and mental disorders. Having found any of such deviations from the norm, the doctor has the right to refuse to carry out the operation.

To reduce the risks and be calm about rhinoplasty, you need to undergo a full examination, get tested and consult a specialist. Do it by contacting our clinic!

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