Your Atoka nose job may have several components, including correcting your deviated septum, removing the bump on your nose, refining your nasal tip, making your nose less wide with a nasal in-fracture, making your nasal tip profile less prominent, or making the nostrils of your nose flare out less. What kind of pain would you expect from all or some of these procedures?
The most pain you will feel is from any potential bony work, specifically if the bony part of your nose needs to be made more narrow. If your nose job requires your plastic surgeon to break your nose, and then make it more narrow, then this will hurt the most. Even though your nasal bones are very thin, breaking your nasal bones will probably cause bruising under your eyelid areas and around your cheeks, as well as significant pain right after your rhinoplasty surgery.
Cost of Rhinoplasty
No matter if you were born with a crooked nose, a nose that is too big for your face proportions, if your nose is too long, if you broke your nose, or anything else you can think of, you can fix your nose, feel better about your looks and breathe better by performing a nose job plastic surgery.
Nose job cosmetic surgeries, also known as Rhinoplasty are very common these days, people don't settle for a look they don't like any more but correct it. In some cases the defect in the nose might cause the patient breathing problems then the nose job cosmetic surgery is also a matter of health aid.
The patient must be at least 16 in order to have the surgery; the patient should be examined before having the surgery in a professional medical clinic. If the patient is compatible for the nose job surgery he then can decide if he wants to have it.
The surgery takes about one hour but the patient needs to rest for a few days afterwards because the nose will be swollen, there might be hemorrhoids around the nose, and the patient might feel nauseas and weak and have troubles breathing since he can only breathe through the mouth. The swelling can stay up to several months until the nose is back to its original but corrected size.
The surgery can be made with a local anesthesia or general anesthesia. The surgery is made from the inside of the nose so the cuts won't be seen afterwards.
The patient needs to be ready for the changes he is going to experience. For a start, he is going to have a swollen nose for quite a while after the surgery which might make him feel uncomfortable; he would also need to wear a bandage for a few weeks or days, depending on the surgery.
And last but not least he will need to get used to the new look which may be a little weird at first.
For many people the nose job plastic surgery is a life changing procedure, before you consider having the procedure it would be best to talk to people who had this surgery and ask them anything you can think of about how they felt before the surgery, while having it, and after the surgery; learn how it changed their lives in a good or bad way, and also ask where they performed it and if they can recommend you on a good clinic or a specific surgeon.
You need to ask as many questions as you can before having this life changing surgery. Also ask the doctor about the complications and what you can do in order to prevent having any problems.
Make sure you know exactly how you want to look after the surgery and make sure you get the best surgeon you can find in order to perform the surgery and get the best results.
It is very hard to correct a "bad surgery" therefore make sure you have the best surgeon and that you know what you want before you perform it.
Plastic Surgery of the Nose
If you're planning on rhinoplasty you should know that the total cost of your rhinoplasty will be made up of several factors. The largest costs will be the doctor's fee and the facilities charges, but you will also be charged for support staff, anesthesia and equipment and supplies. The charges make up the total cost of your rhinoplasty. Typically a rhinoplasty that is done in the plastic surgeon's office will be cheaper than one performed in a hospital.
Anesthesia can also be a significant cost, especially if your rhinoplasty requires you to be kept asleep for a long period of time. Not just the cost of the anesthesia, but also the fees for the anesthesiologist, the support staff and the facilities fees will be higher the longer you are kept asleep for your surgery. If you are able to have the surgery with just local anesthesia your costs will be much lower.
All of these costs together affect the total cost of rhinoplasty surgery. Your plastic surgeon should take the time to explain all of this prior to your surgery and make sure that you understand the total costs involved. Across the U.S. the average cost of rhinoplasty is $700. Depending on what area of the country the surgery is performed in your costs can be higher or lower. Rhinoplasty surgery is typically higher because of the higher costs in California and also because of the experience of the surgeons. Once again, your plastic surgeon will be able to give you a complete breakdown and explanation of the costs involved with your rhinoplasty.
Some rhinoplasty surgeons will quote you a single package price that includes everything. If you're comfortable with that fine, but if you want to know the breakdown of costs the plastic surgeon should be able to provide you with them. Just make sure you're comfortable either way.
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons defines the cost of rhinoplasty surgery as any nasal surgery performed by a board certified plastic surgeon. This can include anything from the removal of a small imperfection like a bump up to complete reconstruction of the nose and nasal passageways. As you might expect, the more complex the surgery, the higher the costs. Costs also increase based on location and the traiing and experience of the surgeon. As I said earlier, plastic surgeons are at the higher end of the costs scale.
Be careful with package quotes as some plastic surgeons will try to hide some of the costs involved in the rhinoplasty so they can bill an insurance company. Insurance companies do not cover cosmetic rhinoplasty, but they will cover costs for rhinoplasty done to correct a medical problem such as deviated septums. Be aware if your doctor is planning on billing your insurance for your rhinoplasty and if you don't want to be involved with this practice let your cosmetic surgeon know.
While some view the cost of rhinoplasty to be high, many others feel the cost is easily justified by their improved appearance. Cosmetic surgeons are highly trained and experienced and you're sure to have a great result when choosing one of them. Make sure you know your doctor and know the costs of rhinoplasty and you're sure to have a great experience and love your new nose.