and Day of Surgery
The length of a nose surgery depends
on the individual’s nasal anatomy
and the scope of the work to be done.
A rhinoplasty is a routine outpatient surgery that requires general anesthesia. The length of a nose surgery depends on the individual’s nasal anatomy and the scope of the work to be done. Revision rhinoplasties tend to be more complicated and delicate procedures to perform when compared to primary rhinoplasties; this is because complications from a prior nose surgery can often be extensive and challenging to rectify. The general steps involved in a rhinoplasty are as follows:
Before he performs a rhinoplasty, Dr. Morin will carefully review your medical history and discuss your aesthetic goals and expectations. In addition, he will brief you on the specifics of the procedure. Dr. Morin believes that it is vital that patients grasp the steps of the procedure, as well as understand what is possible. During your pre-surgery consultation, he will encourage you to refer to photos and ask questions. In addition to the conversational preparation with Dr. Morin, there are some basic medical recommendations to follow prior to a rhinoplasty:
Dr. Morin’s goal is to provide the most comprehensive care possible before, during and after a rhinoplasty. He will work with you to uncover a more beautiful nose.