Nose job pre-operative and post-operative | Iranmedopia
Nose job pre-operative and post-operative has some points, following them will help you obtain the best possible result. Do these instructions before and after nose surgery. You should follow some of these instructions on the surgery day. If you have any ambiguity, contact Iranmedopia. Our experts will guide you.
In the following, we have explained pre-operative, anesthesia, and post-operative care for patients undergoing rhinoplasty in Iran. Hope you have a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
Pre-operative for your rhinoplasty surgery
Usually, people who decide to have rhinoplasty experience anxiety before the operation. Of course, we can promise your rhinoplasty in Iran has the least amount of anxiety. Iran is famous for rhinoplasty (This country is well-known as the ‘nose job capital of the world’). For many reasons like:
- The high rate of the procedure
- Highly-trained nose surgeons
- Affordable costs
Therefore Iran is a great destination for nose job candidates from all around the world.
Awareness of nose job pre-operative and post-operative is very impressive in reducing your stress and the quality of rhinoplasty. In the next part, you will read about the relationship between preoperative anxiety and the postoperative state.
The relation between preoperative anxiety and post-operative state (In nose job)
Researchers evaluated the relationship between pre-operative anxiety and pos-operative state. They evaluated a large number of patients in the pre-and postoperative periods.
For this evaluation doctors do the following:
- Presenting a questionnaire including sociodemographic features
- Preoperative anxiety assessment by the Spielberger Mode Anxiety Index
- Record the severity of pain intensity with a ten-point Visual Analog Scale
In the immediate postoperative period (baseline) – at postoperative hours 2, 4, 6, 12, and 24
- There is no significant relationship between patient’s reports of postoperative pain and sociodemographic variables such as age and educational status
- Men and women show significant differences concerning pain in the immediate and late postoperative periods
There is a significant relationship between patients’ preoperative anxiety and postoperative pain in both immediate and late periods. You now know early interventions to minimize the pre-operative anxiety stress response may affect the post-operative pain response. Medical tour in Iran provides suitable conditions for you:
- Establishing a sincere rapport in the pre-operative period
- Resolving patient’s concerns about anesthesia
- Skilled and reliable surgeons
- It aids in your recovery
- You will find a positive frame of mind
As a result, your pre-operative stress levels are greatly reduced.
Moreover, if you pay attention to the necessary care before rhinoplasty, you will have a better recovery period too.
Preparing for rhinoplasty (pre-operative and post-operative)
Here are the steps you can take to begin the process of preparation for rhinoplasty:
Avoid the following two weeks before surgery
- Aspirin, ibuprofen such as Advil or Motrin
- Naproxen like Aleve
(Generally non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications)
- Vitamin E
- Herbal supplements – any medicine that contains these compounds
(There is no problem taking acetaminophen and a multivitamin daily)
Avoid this option for two weeks after surgery too
(Because Nicotine and tobacco smoke delay healing)
- Sun damage
The night before surgery
You may feel nervous and excited the night before your rhinoplasty. At this time, make the final preparations to prepare for surgery the next day. With good hydration, you can reduce nausea and feel better after surgery. It is better to wash all makeup, lotions, deodorants, etc.
- Avoid eating or drinking anything (even water) - Also on the morning of surgery
- Fill your fridge with easy to eat and drink options
- Drink plenty of water
- Take a shower and don’t apply anything, including lotion, to your skin
Post-operative for your rhinoplasty surgery
You should change dressing under your nose (if present) – until the drainage stops. After rhinoplasty, you may have some numbness in your upper lip and upper teeth for about a week.
- If you have you sneeze, sneeze with your mouth open
- You should keep the inside of your nose moist with a nasal spray
- Apply Vaseline ointment to the stitches just inside your nostrils and to the skin stitches (you can use a cotton-tipped applicator but avoid touching the areas with your fingers)
- You can minimize swelling (just keep your head up for the first 48 hours)
- Don’t eat foods that require prolonged chewing
- Avoid excessive facial movements for a week
- Brush gently (use a soft toothbrush only)