Most people who have looked at guidance for rhinoplasty before and after surgery make sure they look at the medical and financial details of their proposed operation.
However, the emotional and psychological side of nose surgery must not be underestimated. After all, there are many people in the world who have noses that are nowhere near perfect and yet they are happy with them. It is more than possible that another person has a bigger, more misshapen and inappropriate nose on their face, and yet it doesn’t appear to bother them at all – certainly not to the stage where they would consider reading any rhinoplasty before and after tips.
Doctors and surgeons will generally be happy to act on the wishes of the patient. If a person approaches them and requests surgery, and if the operation looks straightforward, and if that patient can afford to pay then you will probably be hard pushed to find a medical practice that won’t take your money.
Before you part with any cash, and certainly before you go under the knife as yourself the following questions:
- Have you been unhappy with the shape of your nose for a long time now (i.e. period of years), or is a recent idea that has come to you?
If you have wanted to get a nose job for ages, perhaps as long as you can remember, then you are likely to be a good candidate for surgery. If it is a recent idea then perhaps you should give it a little more thought time before you make any financial or surgical decisions
- Emotionally have you recently been happy with life, or are you perhaps looking for something else to make you happy?
It is entirely understandable that after a relationship break up, a personal trauma or bereavement that a “quick fix” nose job may appear just what you need as a pick me up. Perhaps it is, but waiting and digesting the circumstances around you before making any big decisions should prevent you from making a hasty decision you regret.
- Have you spoken about your plans to friends, family or therapist? Does the thought of having a nose job empower you, and could it help build on your existing achievements?
You will need support in your surgery, and to go it alone can make you feel isolated and vulnerable. By doing thorough research over a decent period of weeks and months, prior to any rhinoplasty surgery will give you then best chance of success, and a quick recovery.
Having a nose job to improve your appearance, and to improve your happiness is a better state of mind. If you have major problems before the surgery they will still be there after the operation. You nose will be nicer, but it is not a magic answer to everything!
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