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Questions Asked During Rhinoplasty Recovery

After rhinoplasty surgery, the plastic surgeon usually provides a series of instructions related to the care that you should have during the first 24 hours after the procedure, in the next three days, and of course, a few weeks after this intervention.

What Types Of  Foods Should I Avoid?

Unquestionably avoid foods that require heavy chewing, such as tough meat, marshmallows, or pork rinds, in the same way, try to consume soft foods that you can enjoy with minimal effort, in order to avoid sudden movements that can hurt your nose when chew.

Should I control My Facial Expressions?

Try not to laugh too hard, have wide or too pronounced smiles so that your nose does not suffer from vibrations or sudden stretching.

How To Take Care Of The Sun?

It is best not to expose yourself to it for about 60 days after the operation. Do not expose your skin without protection for three months after surgery, and remember to use sunscreen daily even if the day is dark.

What Care Should I Have During The Winter?

It is possible to experience frostbite if you are exposed to freezing temperatures for a long time during activities such as skiing; both the sun and the cold of winter are the natural enemies of the skin and prolong the usual course of recovery. So avoid low temperatures and expose yourself to the cold outside.

Can I Get A Piercing After Rhinoplasty?

Yes, but keep in mind that the placement of a piercing after rhinoplasty can be done after the nose has completely healed in order to avoid infections and secondary problems. The time to use a piercing will be determined by your plastic surgeon, depending on the success of your recovery.

During Recovery, Is It Better To Wear Contact Lenses Or Regular Glasses?

First of all, sunglasses should be avoided for a month; Now, if you have prescription contact lenses, you can wear them one week after the operation.

In case it is absolutely necessary to wear glasses, you can put them on while wearing the splint; once it is removed, you can put on your glasses by resting them on your cheeks or using dressings, for at least seven more weeks, until your nose is fully recovering.

Natural Beauty: Trends In Non-Invasive Aesthetic Medicine For A Luminous Face

From the “what did you do?” to “you’re pretty.” From the “frozen” faces and the “surprised” looks to the “you look rested.” In the middle, the advances of aesthetic medicine, which today offer alternatives to mitigate the passage of time much less invasive and with natural results.

That the hand of the surgeon or the beautician is noticed on the patient’s face is no longer a trend. Less is more also applies to this area, and currently, women and men seek to look good without their environment, noticing that they did something.

Today it is also known that the sooner you begin to care for the facial tissues, the better the results will be, and the fewer the chances of having to resort to surgical options that involve more radical changes in the future.

There was a time when it was usual to look a person in the face and suddenly not recognize their face. He hadn’t had surgery, but his gaze wasn’t the same, his smile wasn’t the same. A filler had been applied to correct those little wrinkles that bothered him so much, but the result was not as expected. Today that changed.

One of the leading treatments that are most performed worldwide at the level of the face is the application of botulinum toxin; however it continues to be heard that there are people who are afraid of using it because there is still the ghost of the treatments that were done when Its use began, the result of which was “froze” or very rigid faces. What botulinum toxin does is inhibit the action of the muscle; therefore all it does is relax some muscles that produce wrinkles such as the periocular area or the area between the eyebrows., which give an appearance of permanent anger in some people who reinforced that it is one of the most widely performed aesthetic treatments in the world and also has multiple medical indications such as axillary hyperhidrosis, but specifically in aesthetics it is one of those that most gratify both the patient and the doctor for its results.

The Lifting Of The Future

With a technology based on microfocalized ultrasonic energy capable of reaching the deepest layers of the skin, Ultherapy is positioned as one of the star treatments in the fight against age.

It is used to lift cheekbones and eyebrows or eliminate the dreaded double chin. It has also been proven effective against sagging neck or cleavage, which are often difficult to treat areas.

When the objective is to improve appearance, it can be indicated at almost any age, but it is generally performed more frequently in middle-aged people.

The truth is that stress and the passage of time are reflected in the skin of the face. And the loss of tonicity is one of the characteristics that is most easily revealed.

Consultations in aesthetic medicine, at the facial level, are aimed at treating wrinkles, flaccidity, spots, enlarged pores, and other problems. This is why, according to the specialist’s advice, “a comprehensive facial rejuvenation scheme requires thinking that aging is a multifactorial problem.”…

Cosmetic Surgery Trends For 2020: More Facial Beauty, Naturalness And ‘Madeselfwoman / Man’

When it comes to cosmetic surgery, the discussion seems to be growing more and more every day, since not only does the flow of information increase, but the demand grows. More treatments are requested, both within and outside of South America, not only in the area of ​​interventions carried out in the operating room, the surgery itself, but also in less invasive techniques carried out in clinics.

The truth is that either it is a breast augmentation or a simple botox filler, it is commented, especially if the person who has done it is a famous person. If it is an anonymous person, it may be that after putting yourself in the hands of an aesthetic professional, your number of online followers will increase.

This is the first trend that the sector will experience in 2020. Cosmetic surgery will increase in popularity, and it will not only be thanks to the ubiquitous selfies, but also to the good results obtained by professionals in the sector.

According to the doctor, social networks can contribute to “word of mouth,” but they would not increase demand if behind them were not found a sector that makes an effort to adapt to social reality.

In this sense, aesthetic medicine will see its demand grow in some areas such as facial beauty, to the detriment of the operations themselves. For the director of the Clinic, it is logical that both professionals and patients bet on faster and cheaper treatments, which involve less surgical risk, although their results are not as long-lasting as those obtained in traditional surgery. An example is a facial mesotherapy, the famous beauty cocktails for the face, which depending on age and skin type, allow to identify, illuminate, hydrate, and, ultimately, rejuvenate through an injection of few, if not zero, side effects.

He warns, however, that aesthetic medicine, at a certain age, must be administered as a complement to surgery because it is then time to work on rejuvenation from deep structures, and that can only be done in the operating room, under general anesthesia, and with more complex procedures.

Naturalness will continue to be the goal, regardless of the extravagances of this diva or that actor. The doctor comments that XXL breast or lip sizes are being requested less and less, not to mention buttocks, where the procedure such as Brasilian Butt Lift has been causing health and safety problems depending on the volume of increase that is requested. It seems, then, that the Kardashian butt has gone out of fashion in a more or less obligatory way.

They will continue to be the queens in the cosmetic surgery demand. Although they are joining little by little, the proportion of men and women who go to clinics to improve their appearance is still 70% compared to 30%.

It is possible that it is not possible to get off the podium if we talk about female surgeries, to operations related to the breast: augmentation, elevation, and reduction. The latter, discreet in the media, is the third most demanded in South America, due to the physical and self-esteem problems that an excessively large breast produces.

Male blepharoplasty, an intervention that corrects bags under the eyes and other contour problems, will continue, with its also usual media discretion, occupying important places in the rankings, compared to other procedures of great popularity but lower demand such as hair grafting.

Finally, concepts such as the madeselfwoman or madeselfman will continue to appear, now referring to those who are changing their own face and body with cosmetic surgery. The trends of sharing the “before and after” will continue or not, as before with weight loss. It will be seen.

What will not be lacking will be the desire to look better, to overcome physical complexes, and, always, since man is in the world, to slow down as time goes by. In all the aforementioned cases, it will be plastic, aesthetic, and repairing surgeon to whom you should go.