(Nose Surgery) Austin, TX
Schedule your rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Pearce in Austin, Texas, for aesthetically pleasing nasal contours.
Many patients struggling with nasal imperfections such as asymmetry, large nostrils, or a displeasing bump feel as though their nose appears unflattering. Rhinoplasty, also known as nose surgery, addresses these issues by improving the size and shape of the nose to create a balanced and attractive appearance.
What Can Rhinoplasty Improve?
Following your rhinoplasty procedure, you will be asked to wear a nasal splint to protect your nose and minimize swelling. Swelling and bruising will occur around the nose and eyes but should resolve after a few weeks. Most patients will need at least one week to recover before they can go back to work. Make sure to avoid all strenuous activities until your surgeon clears you during a follow-up appointment.
Your results will become more evident as the swelling dissipates over the coming weeks and months. It can take up to a year to see the final outcome of your rhinoplasty procedure.
Incisions are placed either inside the nose or on the columella to ensure scarring is as inconspicuous as possible.
The total cost of your rhinoplasty will depend on factors such as surgical fees, anesthesia fees, and the technique used for your procedure. Dr. Pearce will provide you with a cost sheet and help you determine your best options during your consultation.
Nose Surgery FAQs
Am I a good candidate for rhinoplasty?
Candidates must be in good general health and have realistic expectations for what rhinoplasty can achieve. You will also be asked to quit smoking for a few weeks before and after your surgery.
How long will my procedure take?
Nose surgery can take approximately two to three hours to complete, depending on the specific corrections that need to be made.
Is rhinoplasty painful?
General anesthesia is administered throughout your procedure, so you do not have to worry about feeling any pain or discomfort during surgery.
Are there any risks or side effects involved with rhinoplasty?
As with any surgery, there are some risks involved with rhinoplasty. These include anesthesia risks, numbness, damage to deeper structures, deep vein thrombosis, fluid accumulation, infection, irregularities in contour, and loose skin.
Can rhinoplasty help with breathing problems?
Rhinoplasty is designed specifically to address the aesthetic conditions of the nose. However, rhinoplasty can be combined with septoplasty to address mechanical problems that obstruct breathing.
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