Anyone who wants to have a rhinoplasty makes a detailed search on both the operation process and the plastic surgeon who performs nose surgeries. It is also important to be aware of rhinoplasty risks and safety. Rhinoplasty risks and safety is among the most frequently asked topics about rhinoplasty. In this article, we will talk about this subject.
Rhinoplasty Risks and Safety?
As with any surgery, there are some risks in rhinoplasty. Such as;
- Adverse reaction to anesthesia
- Bleeding and Infection
- Allergic reactions
- A need for additional surgery
- Not meeting unrealistic expectations
- Lack of improvement
Nose surgery risk rate varies according to the person, type of surgery, and many other factors. Preoperative examinations are a good tool to understand those risks and try to eliminate them if it is possible. Some of the factors taken into consideration can be itemized as follows.
1. Risks related to the Scope and Type of Rhinoplasty
Nose surgery is divided into different types. For example, thick-skinned rhinoplasty and thin-skinned rhinoplasty are different from each other in the way of performance. Depending on the scope and type of nose surgery, there are precautions to be taken by both the plastic surgeon and the patient. The right precautions and treatments may help eliminate risky situations. There are two different types of rhinoplasty, mainly closed and open technique rhinoplasty. Which technique to use is decisive in issues such as scar risk after nose surgery. As there is no incision on the tip of the nose, there is no risk of scarring in the nose surgeries performed with a closed technique.
2. Risks related to the Age
The risks of nose surgery for an individual under the age of 18 and an individual over the age of 18 differ from each other. Nose surgery for individuals under this age limit brings mental and physical risks together. For those in this age group, nose surgery is only suitable as a result of fractures and trauma. With nose surgery performed in the right age range, the risks of age-induced nose surgery may be eliminated.
3. Pre-operative Examinations and Tests Aim to Safety
Many examinations are performed by plastic surgeons to reduce the risk of nose surgery before each nose surgery. As a result of the examination and according to the patient’s expectations, the most suitable nose surgery plan can be prepared. Each plan related to nose surgery varies depending on the examination results, expectations, and deformities of the patient. In this respect, the examinations performed before the nose surgery are aimed at removing the risks of rhinoplasty surgery.
4. Patient’s Effort Makes a Difference
In order to reduce the risk of rhinoplasty, there are some responsibilities of the patient as well. Before the nose surgery, a detailed examination is carried out as we mentioned earlier. As a result of the examination, the patient is informed about the issues to be careful both before and after surgery. For example, smoking should be stopped at least 6 months before nose surgery. If it is not terminated, anesthesia risks will be increased and recovery time will be longer. Paying attention to all the details specified by your plastic surgeon will help eliminate the risks of nose surgery.
As a result, there are certain risks of rhinoplasty. Since rhinoplasty is elective surgery, it should be evaluated carefully. Risks are tried to be eliminated with the efforts of both the plastic surgeon and the patient. If a patient is having risks, not going forward with surgery is doing the right thing. Also, it shows the plastic surgeon cares about the patient and does the right and ethical things.
Which Diseases Are Inconvenient For Rhinoplasty?
Up to this part of our article, we talked about which conditions may cause a risk for rhinoplasty for individuals without major genetic and permanent diseases, and how these risks can be easily eliminated. Now, we will talk about whether rhinoplasty is a risk for people who have permanent and persistent diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and epilepsy. Here are the answers in the form of questions and answers.
1. CAN A CARDIAC PATIENT HAVE RHINOPLASTY?
2. CAN DIABETIC PATIENTS HAVE RHINOPLASTY?
3. CAN EPILEPSY PATIENT HAVE RHINOPLASTY?
4. CAN ASTHMA PATIENTS HAVE RHINOPLASTY?
We have come to the end of our blog post about the rhinoplasty risks and safety. Throughout the article, we tried to list in which situations risk factors may occur in rhinoplasty and what should be considered to eliminate these risks. If you want to get information on the subject, we would like to remind you that you can contact us on +90 543 456 36 93.