Beaumont - Rhinoplasty risks and possible complications

What risks or complications does the rhinoplasty procedure performed at Renew Clinic involve and how can they be minimized or prevented?

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Answer for What are the main risks that involve rhinoplasty? from Renew Skin Team
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Nose reshaping surgeries consist in the surgeon making incisions that permit access to the bones and cartilage supporting the nose. The incisions are generally made on the inside, thus making them invisible after the nose reshaping surgery. Rhinoplasty is usually performed as an outpatient procedure and may sometimes require a 1-night stay in the surgery center, in order to ensure that complications do not occur.
The main complications that can develop after the nose surgery is performed are: bleeding, injuries or holes to the septum, breakdown of skin tissue, irritation from tape and bandages, infections (antibiotics may be prescribed to reduce this risk), nasal blockages and complications of anesthesia. Other side effects include: soreness, swelling and bruising, particularly around the eyes, stiffness and numbness, particularly at the tip of your nose (numbness can last a few months), inability to breathe through your nose, which reduces as the swelling goes down.
Renew Skin and Health Clinic offers you only the best rhinoplasty treatments performed by specialist plastic surgeons who provide you with excellent cosmetic results and minimized risks, thus ensuring that you get the desired result. Feel free to contact our Head Office on 01926 422 454 in order to schedule appointments and receiving more details about the nose reshaping surgery procedures.


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