In the recent past, plastic surgery has become very popular all over the world. This could be attributed to development and growth of social media, and to some extent celebrities. While some celebrities go big changes through plastic surgery for example breast enhancement, some prefer small almost unnoticeable changes such as rhinoplasty or a nose job. Some such celebrities are Jenifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie whose nose jobs turned out perfect. To achieve such spectacular results there are several things you must consider before heading to surgery.
Get a certified plastic surgeon – with an increase in demand for plastic surgeries, the number of quack doctors in the market has increased. There are doctors or surgeons that have not been properly certified but they continue to practice plastic surgery. This means that they are working on a trial and error basis. This will automatically increase your chances of getting a horrible nose job done. Carry research and know what the surgeon you have selected can do. Looking at previous nose jobs from friends and other clients can help.
Understand the risks – every surgery, however minor it is, comes together with the possibility of risks that could need escalation to a bigger hospital. Some common risks include excessive bleeding, necrosis and tissue death. It is also important to use a surgeon who is registered with a major hospital where you can be referred to in case things go wrong. Also weigh the ratio of benefits to risks of your nose job.
Ensure you are the right candidate – apparently there are people who do not qualify for any plastic surgery. These include clients with a mental illness, those who are difficult to please, anyone undergoing a crisis such loss of a loved one, and those with impossible expectations. If you fit into any of this category, you need to wait for a while before you go in for a nose job or any other plastic surgery for that matter. You need to understand that plastic surgery will not solve your problems but might only give you the confidence you need to cope. Either way, ensure that you are at your optimal emotional and physical state for plastic surgery.
Calculate the cost of your surgery – plastic surgery is an expensive affair. Moreover, most insurance covers do not count it as a medical expense so it is not covered. This means you have to pay your way through not only the surgery but also the follow-up visit, medicine and any post-operative care that you will need. Remember that your surgeon might suggest a bed rest for a few days; make sure you can afford this before surgery. It could also be important to look for someone to carry out tasks that you will not be able to during and after the surgery as you recover, this will cost you.
When you have covered all bases, you are more likely to have a less stressful time during your nose plastic surgery. Moreover, careful research will leave with a nose you can be proud of such as that of Jenifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie. Who would not want such noses?