Like everything, there is no one special time. For rhinoplasty it will be affected by several factors. Firstly, you need to make the decision that this is right for you.
With so many rhinoplasty websites available on the net it is difficult to choose a rhinoplasty surgeon. Obviously you would choose a rhinoplasty surgeon with FRACS after their name as this ensures specialty training but even then it is difficult to know how often they perform rhinoplasty. The very best way to choose a rhinoplasty […]
Rhinoplasty surgery takes 2-3 hours which is followed by an hour in recovery so tell friends and relatives to allow plenty of time before expecting to see you awake. With modern rhinoplasty anaesthetic techniques bruising is minimal but it may increase and move down over the cheeks over the first few post op rhinoplasty days. […]
The best way to prepare for rhinoplasty surgery is to ensure all your questions are answered. If you understand what rhinoplasty involves, your apprehension particularly on the day before rhinoplasty surgery will be less. Often this means arranging another appointment to see your rhinoplasty surgeon to discuss any specific issues about the aims to be […]
Grommets are tubes to equalise the pressure between the middle ear and the outside world. They can become blocked from infection e.g. swimming without ear plugs or sinusitis. A blocked grommet makes the ear feel dull and the hearing poor. If you fly with a blocked grommet it can be painful on aircraft descent. A […]
Grommets allow air to lift up the eardrum so it can vibrate. This allows for better hearing. For a child learning to speak good hearing can be crucial. Without good hearing speech development can be slow. Grommets allow air into the middle ear but if wet e.g. by swimming, they can allow water with bacteria […]