Three Things You Need to Know Before Undergoing Male Rhinoplasty

Young Man with Nose Job

Young Man with Nose JobIf you have ever watched TV or at least talked to friends, then you are well aware that more people are getting nose jobs than people who would admit they are getting nose jobs.

There’s still a stigma about going under the knife, especially when its goal is to change your appearance, and it is even worse for men. Wise Center for Rhinoplasty and other experts say that Nose jobs for men are as common as nose jobs for women, but people don’t talk about them because of the assumption that only women or Hollywood actors are allowed to undergo them.

Times are changing, however, and more people are starting to realize that what you do with your body is your business and your business alone. If you are thinking of getting a nose job, don’t bother about what other people think. To help you decide, here are the most important things you need to know about rhinoplasty:

1. Your health is key

You should be physically healthy and fully developed skeletally before a nose job. For males, you shouldn’t get a nose job unless you’re 15 years old and above. If you are not mentally and emotionally ready, consider putting it off for a while.

2. Recovery takes time

For a few days, you’ll have to wear a nose sling. When you take it off, you might be surprised that your new nose doesn’t quite look like the way you envisioned it. That’s normal. In fact, it can take a year before the bones, cartilage, and skin of your nose settle into their new shape.

3. Rhinoplasty is not an easy surgery

Despite appearances, rhinoplasty is the most difficult facial surgery, so it pays to look around diligently and find a cosmetic surgeon who specializes in nose jobs. If they are doing boob jobs and liposuctions one day and does occasional rhinoplasty, it’s likely you won’t get your money’s worth.

Lastly, there is no such thing as the perfect nose. Doctors can reshape your nose, but they can only do so much. You may have a vision of the perfect nose, but if you do not have the right skeletal structure to support that vision, or if you do anything to curtail healing, you shouldn’t expect your nose to come out looking exactly the way you want it to.