Am I a Candidate for Nose Surgery?
Are you unhappy with the appearance of your nose? Did you suffer a trauma when you were younger that has left it displaced and misshapen? Do you have snoring or breathing issues? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then nose surgery with Dr. Castor may be right for you.
Most people opt for a rhinoplasty because they are dissatisfied with the way their nose looks on their face, however, a non surgical nose job can correct nose deviations. Common complaints our patients have are that their nose is too wide or too narrow, that they like don’t like its shape or the angle of the tip, or they just feel like it’s out of balance with the rest of their facial features. There are a number of issues that Dr. Castor can address with a rhinoplasty, including:
- Bulbous tip
- Uneven nostrils
- Structural defects
A nose job isn’t just for good looks. In many cases, a rhinoplasty can offer relief to individuals with a debilitating snoring condition or difficulties in breathing caused by a deviated septum, which is where the bone or cartilage is crooked or off-center, distorting the airways and making breathing difficult. Nose surgery can open up the nasal passages, permitting air to move more freely, which can provide great relief to chronic snorers and those struggling to get air easily.
Be in Good Health
Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that is performed under general anesthesia at a nearby accredited surgical center. It’s very important that you are in good health leading up to the operation. Good candidates for nose surgery are in satisfactory physical condition and don’t smoke. Leading a healthy lifestyle overall will not only help through the surgery, but will also give you the best chance at a full and speedy recovery.
The Right Mindset
Having realistic expectations as to what nose surgery can do for you is also key. Rhinoplasty can improve and highlight your natural facial features but will not change them. A subtle difference in your nose structure can have a major impact on how you and others see yourself, but it will still be your nose.
Patients with Patience
Finally, good candidates have patience. They are able to take the necessary downtime to recovery fully. It can take up to two weeks before you’re ready to get back to your normal routine. They also have the understanding that the healing process will take some time until your true outcome is revealed.
Rhinoplasty in Tampa at Artisan Aesthetics Plastic Surgery & Laser Center
Let Dr. Castor and his experienced team help bring balance and harmony to your face with nose surgery. Contact us to schedule your initial consultation with Dr. Castor and get started on the road to a more confident you today!