Recovering From Rhinoplasty

Update 16/09/2018


A rhinoplasty is one of the procedures you may have done at Naravee Aesthetic Clinic, and while each individual is different, the general recovery time for such surgery can be somewhere within six weeks. During that time, there are things you will want avoid and things you will want to do in order to help the recovery process along.
For starters, you are going to want to avoid blowing your nose for at least two weeks after the rhinoplasty. Blowing your nose could be disastrous if you are not healed enough, as you could cause bleeding and put yourself in a lot of pain. In addition, don’t sneeze with your mouth closed. If you feel a sneeze coming, sneeze with your mouth open. It will likely be loud, but it will relieve some of the pressure from your still-healing nose. You will also want to avoid swimming, as the water could cause

your nose to move around and cause pain. There is also the risk of chlorine getting into your nose and causing you discomfort. Wait at least a month after the surgery before going swimming again. In addition, avoid wearing shirts that you have to pull on and pull off, as there’s a good chance they will rub against your nose and cause it to move, which will cause pain. Wear shirts that you can slide on your shoulders and button up. Avoid strenuous exercise for the first couple weeks after the surgery, and avoid physical contact sports at all costs until your nose has healed.
What you should do after the surgery is take it easy. Relax and give yourself time to recover from the procedure. Take as much time off of work as you need. In addition, you are going to want to get comfortable breathing through your mouth for a while. It will be difficult – If not impossible – To breathe through your nose for the first few weeks after the procedure. While breathing through the mouth is generally not as good for you as breathing through your nose, you will just have to make do with it for a while. Keeping your head elevated is also recommended, as it will help reduce swelling and help lower the chances of bleeding. Use extra pillows at night to keep your head elevated while you sleep.



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