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Should I Get a Nose Job in Thailand?

Nose job or Rhinoplasty is very easy when compared to the rest of plastic or cosmetic surgery. Nose job is generally done to improve the shape or size of the nose; either to reduce the size in terms of width or make it more pointed. The procedure can be done in United States of America, Europe or Asia.

The nose being an essential part of the face cannot be hidden. Because of this, a small deformation in the nose can affect your confidence to a large extent. One of the most successful procedures to fix this issue is Nose job Thailand. There are basically two ways Rhinoplasty can be done and each of them has a particular process; they are the open Rhinoplasty and closed Rhinoplasty.

The major reason why you should consider a Rhinoplasty in Thailand is because nose job cost Thailand is cheaper than you would get it anywhere in the world. Generally, the price of plastic surgery in Thailand is competitive which makes them the best destination for medical tourists. The standard of nose job Thailand can also be compared to that of United States of America and Europe.

Thailand also has one the best plastic surgeon in the world. Dr. Pichet of Bangkok Plastic Surgery Clinic for example has successfully carried out hundreds of nose reshaping and refining. Though nose job is one of the easiest and less expensive plastic surgery to be done, it is the one that generates the most controversy because it is hard most times to get the exact shape and orientation the client wants. At other times, the client will have a last minute change of taste.

When Rhinoplasty has to deal with implants in Thailand, the procedure in which this can be done is categorized into three namely; silicone, cartilage and filler. Cartilage used for nose job can be harvested from the ear or from the ribs. The fillers are gel-like substances injected into the nose in order to alter the shape of the nose.

In general, there are some complications that can come with a failed process (though the percentage at which this happens is generally low) and they include difficulty in breathing, profuse bleeding and infection.
When there is a process failure and the nostrils become more compressed than they should, the patient would likely have breathing problems. When there are breathing problems, a corrective surgery would need to be done. Extreme bleeding comes from failure to stitch the point where the cut has been made properly. It is always necessary to carry out surgery in a sterile environment because of the possibility of nosocomial infection.

All the aforementioned problems can be easily avoided by sticking with the directions and advice of the physician. Try to inquire from the physician the kind of diet you should take during your process of recovery. Thailand hospitals offer one of the best after surgery follow up and advices which makes them the best locations to have your nose job done if you put price aside.