Information Male Nose Reshaping What Happens Before and After

A nose with a deformity makes you self-conscious and you feel you are inferior to others. This is not a healthy attitude and makes you mentally sick. Rhinoplasty is a permanent solution for all the nose related problems and nowadays, this is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures.

Is male nose reshaping different from female nose job?

Generally, the surgical techniques are not different but for males, aesthetic goals may be different. Male’s noses have more prominent, straighter and higher bridge and wider width in the middle. The skin of the nose is comparatively thicker in the men. Mostly, males want a more powerful nose then the nose of females.

Goals of the male nose shape

Like female rhinoplasty, the main objective of male rhinoplasty is to improve the appearance of the nose. Some males wish to enhance the bridge or nostrils or some males want to straighten or unlock their nasal septum. Injuries or defects are also treated with the help of male rhinoplasty.

Before the surgery

First of all, telling clearly about your goals is necessary for a successful surgery. additionally, following all the instructions of the surgeon is also essential. Your goals or expectations should be realistic and achievable for the surgeon. You surgeons may advise you about leaving smoking or drinking and some medication if he feels it as a necessary move.

During the surgery

The procedure is generally 2 hours long and under anesthesia is given before the surgery. During the procedure, the surgeon makes an incision inside or around the nose to reach the nasal structures for reshaping or positioning. Further procedures may vary according to your goals or expectations.

After waking up from your anesthetic you may have a splint over the bridge of your nose or you may have packs inside the nostrils or maybe you have ice packs over your eyes. In this case, you may have to inhale through your mouth until the packs are removed. In any case of feeling pain or infection, the surgeon provides you painkillers and antibiotics.

After the surgery

After the surgery, there may be some numbness, brushing or swelling but these all signs are temporary. Your surgeon suggests you that you should sleep in a semi-upright position for the first few days. Slight bleeding is possible from the nostrils. The patients are suggested to not blowing their nose for at least two weeks following the surgery. After 7-10 days, the splint will be removed and then, you may start your daily activities. Start heavy activities after you have talked to your surgeon. After the swelling is gone, clearly visible results can be seen after some months.