If you thought that a nose job was the exclusive domain of women, in fact, there are many men who feel their nose could be improved with plastic surgery. Having a bump on your nose or a protruding tip can have a negative impact on a person’s self-esteem, regardless of sex, and if you would like to explore the potential that rhinoplasty offers, this article offers you essential information.
Open or Closed Rhinoplasty
There are two main types of nose job, the open or closed rhinoplasty; open rhinoplasty is usually the preferred method if major changes are required, while the closed form is more suitable for making small adjustments. When you make an initial appointment to see the plastic surgeon, the various techniques would be discussed, but first the specialist would want to know what changes you have in mind, then he or she can make a treatment recommendation.
This is a non-invasive procedure that involves injecting dermal filler to create the desired contours, and this is the most affordable of treatments, as there is no surgery involved. While the clinic is not allowed to post before and after images on their website, when you have a face to face meeting, the surgeon would show you many before and after images, which helps you to make a decision as to the results. It also allows you to see just what is possible, and the initial meeting might take a while, as there is a lot to discuss and the surgeon would ensure that you are fully aware of the risks that all forms of surgery involves.
Sourcing an Established Plastic Surgery Clinic
The best city for any form of cosmetic plastic surgery is Bangkok, where the very best plastic surgeons work in state-of-the-art clinics and they offer men’s nose augmentation (known as เสริมจมูกชายราคา in Thai) treatment at affordable prices. It is wise to check the online reviews, as this is a very good indication of what to expect. The plastic surgeon must be registered with the Medical Council, which allows them to perform cosmetic plastic surgery.
The surgeon would be able to answer any questions you might have about the treatment, plus he will provide you with a list of pre-op requirements to help you prepare for the treatment. The surgery is normally over within one hour, and by following the post-op instructions, you can carry on with your life the next day. In some cases, a small splint is attached, to prevent knocking, and this can be removed after a few days.