Did you know that most of the rhinoplasty failure cases are associated with poor rhinoplasty aftercare? That’s right, people may not take good care of their sensitive and wounded nose after rhinoplasty and do some bad things, or do not the things that should be done during the recovery. The nose can be one of the smallest components of the body, however, it has one of the most complicated inner structure as well. Rhinoplasty is sometimes considered art because the number of rhinoplasty surgeons who call themselves artists is very high. Some even give awards for good jobs done!
Rhinoplasty is a highly invasive plastic surgery type and requires the utmost care not just after the procedure, but before the surgery as well. There may be some complications if a person is not qualified for a rhinoplasty procedure. One of the worst things that could happen to a rhinoplasty candidate who’s not qualified is the smell sensation loss of the nose. Some rhinoplasty surgeons simply refuse the rhinoplasty requests of some of their candidates. Some people may have very complicated nose structure and the surgeons do not risk it because there is a high chance of patients’ losing the sense of smell
Best Rhinoplasty Care
Best rhinoplasty care is about quitting some of your bad habits. If you smoke cigarettes or some other stuff that may expose harmful smoke over your surgically wounded nose, you may experience a rhinoplasty fail or face severe side effects, including intense bleeding or even infection.
Water is your best friend during your recovery. Experts say that an average person should consume 3 liters of water every day, especially during their recovery from a highly invasive procedure like rhinoplasty. You should also consume every type of healthy foods including fruits, vegetables, and grains. You can also consume the juice of these foods when they are fresh.