Rhinoplasty Reduction In Thailand

Nose reshaping (nose reduction) is a cosmetic surgery performed on patients with conspicuous big noses, enormous bridges, and depressed nasal tips. It seeks to provide a symmetrical nose by minimizing the dorsal hump, narrowing the bridge, and increasing nasal tip projection and definition. The incisions are made on the rim of the nose’s alar. After separating the soft tissues of the nose from the underlying structures, the bone and cartilage are reshaped, and the skin is redraped over the surface. Patients with a deviated septum may benefit from having this condition corrected via surgery.

Operation Time: The operation typically takes 1-2 hours.
Anesthesia methods include general anesthesia.
1 night in the hospital or clinic
Stay in Thailand for 7 days.

Complications and risks:
Complications are uncommon and usually modest when Nose Reduction is performed by a trained plastic surgeon. However, problems such as infection, nosebleed, or anesthetic reaction are always a possibility. You can lower your risks by carefully following your surgeon’s recommendations before and after surgery. Small burst blood vessels on the skin’s surface may emerge after surgery as tiny red spots; these are typically modest but may be permanent. Scarring is minimal when Nose Reduction is performed from within the nose; when a “open” technique is employed, or when the treatment requires the narrowing of flared nostrils, the small scars on the base of the nose are usually not noticeable.

Recovery Time:

You can return to work or school within 2 days of surgery and it will take about 1-2 weeks for you to be entirely healed.

Preparation for Surgery:

  • During the consultation, a medical history evaluation (any allergies, major medical conditions, and all medications taken, both prescribed and non-prescribed), physical examination, and laboratory testing will be done.
  • Avoid smoking for around 3-4 weeks before surgery, since nicotine interferes with circulation and has a negative impact on the healing process.
  • Stop consuming alcohol a week before surgery and for the duration of your recuperation.
  • Hormones, anticoagulants, anabolic steroids, and supplements should be avoided for at least 4-6 weeks before to surgery to avoid complicating medical concerns, and aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, and herbal supplements should also be avoided since they can increase bleeding.