Patients will arrive at the hospital on the first day and will be greeted by personnel. They will be evaluated thoroughly by the plastic surgeon to ensure they are ready to leave. The surgeon will also address any questions the patient may have and outline the procedure's predicted outcome. The patient will be given pre-operative instructions following the appointment.
The second day will consist of a series of medical check-ups and surgery preparations. The patient will get a thorough medical examination, which will include blood work and imaging testing. In addition, the plastic surgeon will check the patient's medical history to verify that there are no contraindications to the treatment. After that, the patient will be given instructions on how to prepare for surgery, such as fasting, bathing, and what to wear.
The surgery will be performed on the third day. The procedure will be carried out under general anesthetic or local anesthetic with sedation. The treatment usually takes 1 to 3 hours to complete. Following the surgery, the patient will be transported to a recovery room and closely observed by the nursing team. To make the patient more comfortable, pain treatment will be offered as needed.
The patient will have a follow-up consultation with the plastic surgeon on the fourth day to check the healing process and confirm that the nose is mending appropriately. The surgeon will also give you advice for aftercare after rehabilitation, including as pain management, avoiding strenuous activity, and nose care. If all goes well, the patient will be released from the hospital and free to return home. Patients must continue to follow the plastic surgeon's directions to guarantee a successful recovery and ideal outcomes.