For some, the thought of undergoing any type of surgery – especially surgery on their nose or face – brings with it a bit of anxiety…not just about the surgery itself, but about the recovery process. Also known as a “
Rest and take it easy. You may feel great about a week after rhinoplasty surgery, but the tissues of your nose are still healing. Please be gentle with your nose during this time. For several weeks following your surgery we suggest that you avoid these 6 things: 1.Contact sports 2.Strenuous exercise 3.Vigorously washing your face 4.Pulling clothing over your head 5.Blowing your nose 6.Wearing glasses
Change your bandages often. Following surgery, you will have bandages tucked on the inside and taped on the outside your nose. To ensure that your nose heals properly and to avoid infection, it’s essential that you follow Dr. Dunkley’s instructions on how to change the bandages. Be especially diligent in using clean bandages on the inside of your nose.
Avoid swimming. This is pretty obvious. Remember your nose is healing. Don’t swim for about a month following surgery. The pressure from jumping or diving into a pool puts a lot of pressure on the inside and outside of your nose and chlorine is a definite no-no.
We want your rhinoplasty recovery to be optimum. The procedure can be life-changing, especially in the hands of Dr. Dunkley. If you would like to learn more about rhinoplasty or would like to discuss your breathing concerns, we invite you to call to schedule a consultation appointment, today: (801) 268-2650.
At Envision Cosmetic Surgery, patient safety is our highest priority. We are adhering to all CDC & state suggested guidelines. Envision Cosmetic Surgery is still seeing patients on a limited basis. Teleconference or video conference consults are available. Call to schedule a FaceTime consult.
When you have an appointment, please follow this protocol: Do not automatically come in. Call from your car after you arrive. When a sanitized room is available we will contact you to come in. Sanitize your hands when you enter the office. Be aware that Dr. Dunkley frequently wears a mask and gloves while seeing patients.
Please stay home if you are exhibiting cold symptoms such as a cough, fever or sneezing.
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