Cosmetic Services

Nose Reshaping

Don’t wait any longer! Nose reshaping surgery, also known as rhinoplasty, is the ideal way to enhance the shape, size, and balance of your nose, creating better harmony with your facial features. Our comprehensive guide will walk you through every step of the procedure, from the initial consultation to the post-operative care.

What is Nose Reshaping?

Rhinoplasty or nose reshaping can be a rewarding and life-enhancing procedure. Patients frequently experience a remarkable improvement in their appearance, achieving a natural look that aligns with their ideal nose.

During a reduction rhinoplasty procedure, the nasal bone and cartilage are skillfully sculpted to refine the nose’s shape, ensuring it harmonizes seamlessly with the rest of the facial features. This surgical technique is designed to enhance beauty while minimizing visible scarring, if any.

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At Yanhee International Hospital, our nose reshaping procedure, or rhinoplasty, offers a range of benefits to enhance your nasal aesthetics and overall facial harmony. Our skilled surgeons meticulously sculpt the nasal bone and cartilage to achieve the desired shape, size, and balance, ensuring your nose blends harmoniously with your facial features. Whether you seek to refine the tip, reduce a hump, or correct asymmetry, our expert team can tailor the procedure to meet your specific goals. With a focus on natural-looking results, our rhinoplasty aims to enhance your beauty while minimizing visible scarring. Experience the transformation and boost in confidence that comes with a perfectly proportioned nose at Yanhee International Hospital.

PRICE AND PACKAGES

Procedure

Hospital Stay

Price (THB)

Nose Reshaping

2 nights

105,000

Septoplasty

2 nights

81,000

Tip-plasty with graft

None

45,500

Alar Reduction

None

30,500

Take the first step and reach out to us for a complimentary virtual consultation. Our virtual consultants and surgeons will provide personalized recommendations based on your unique needs. Every client is different, and we tailor each procedure to match your individual requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will I be asleep during surgery?

Yes, you will be under general anesthesia, ensuring you are comfortably asleep throughout the 1-2 hour procedure while our surgical team works diligently.

Will I be in pain, and if so, for how long?

Following the surgery, you may experience some discomfort, stuffiness, and swelling around your nose. However, we will provide pain medication to ensure your comfort during the recovery process. Typically, the soreness and swelling diminish gradually, and by 2 to 3 weeks post-surgery, your face will start to look and feel almost normal again.

How long should I stay in the hospital?

Following your surgery, you will be carefully monitored in the hospital for 1-2 days. Once our medical team determines that you are ready, you will be discharged. Typically, a follow-up check is scheduled within 7-10 days after the surgery to ensure your recovery is progressing smoothly.

How should I take care of myself?

After surgery, it’s important to avoid touching or blowing your nose for several days. Keep the nose splint in place for 4-7 days as instructed. You can typically return to work within 1 to 2 weeks, but wait about 1 to 2 months before lifting objects or engaging in strenuous exercise. It’s important to note that the exact timeline can vary for each patient, depending on their individual recovery rate, the nature of their job, and other factors.

What are the potential risks?

Potential risks of nose reshaping surgery include bleeding, adverse reactions to anesthesia, infection, delayed healing, asymmetry, nerve injury, tear duct injury, and the possibility of needing revision surgery. Our experienced surgeons take every precaution to minimize these risks and ensure your safety throughout the procedure.

How do I prepare for nose reshaping surgery?

To minimize the risk of complications, it’s important to be in good health and free from upper respiratory problems. Two weeks before your scheduled surgery, you should refrain from smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, and taking hormonal pills, herbal supplements, and medications not approved by your doctor. If you have any underlying medical conditions, you may need surgical clearance from your medical specialist.