on Feb 25, 2015 @ 06:38 am|
Hi all, I am 23 years old. I have always hated the bump on my nose and wanted to get it fixed with a Rhinoplasty. But my mom is afraid letting me go under the knife, none of our relatives have undergone a plastic surgery. But now I am seriously looking to get it done in a clinic in Toronto. I just want to get the bump removed, no more alterations. I don’t know how well it work for me.
Have you undergone a Rhinoplasty? Then I hope you help me with your experience.
|I haven't undergone that surgery, but... on Feb 25, 2015 @ 06:02 pm|
I've never undergone that surgery myself, but I will put my two cents in and say that I love the bump on my husband's nose which is the exact same bump that his two sisters share and a bump I'm hoping my son will have when he gets older. I like how it's a distinctive (more so for my husband who's had his nose broken a few times) trait to the family, so I really am hoping my 2 month old develops it.
|I know a couple of people on Feb 26, 2015 @ 11:21 am|
I actually know a couple of people that have undergone a rhinoplasty, and they are very pleased with the results. They were all minor changes such as straightening out the nose or shaving down bumps. Since they were not too drastic of changes and they are still very natural looking, I believe that's why they liked the outcome so much. The recovery time is not lengthy if it's minor and it's one of the more common cosmetic surgeries performed.
I partially broke my nose when I was 13 so it's not as straight as it was and my mom and I have thought about straightening it out, but in the end though I think people should embrace their 'flaws' (although a non-'perfect' nose isn't a flaw!). However, it's your decision to do what you would like with your nose, and your family should support your decision. But think carefully about the decision beforehand and make sure it's something you fuly want, and not something you are changing hoping to please someone else.
|Research on Feb 26, 2015 @ 03:59 pm|
If you really have your heart set on this, make sure you research the clinic, the surgeon and your procedure really well before going forward. Just because others say they've had a great experience, doesn't always mean that you will or vice versa. Meet with your surgeon ahead of time and ask to see credentials, past results, and also ask as many questions you need to, even if it seems like a silly one. Once you go ahead with the surgery, there is no going back, so be as prepared as you can be.