Your rhinoplasty may have several components, including correcting a deviated septum, removing the bump on your nose, refining the tip of the nose, narrowing your nose with a broken nose, making your nose less prominent the shape of the tip of the nose, or make the nostrils of your nose glow less. What kind of pain can you expect from all or some of these procedures?
Most of the pain you will feel is from possible bony actions, especially if the bony part of your nose needs to narrow. If your nose surgery requires a plastic surgeon to break and then narrow your nose, it will hurt more. Although the nasal bones are very thin, a fracture of the nasal bones is likely to result in bruising under the eyelids and around the cheeks, as well as severe pain immediately after surgery.
Shaving your nostrils also causes some pain. Even if your bone is not broken, removing a small part of the bone will cause some pain. Like a broken nose, shaving the nasal bone also causes some bruising in the general area of your nose.
In general, surgery on the nasal septum and cartilage hurts, but not much. The cartilage in your nose is located in areas of your nose that are easy to bend, such as the nostrils and nose. Reshape your tip, widen your tip, straighten or remove part of the septum, make the profile more or less prominent, and widen or narrow areas of your nose that may hurt after surgery, but they shouldn’t. should be a big part of your nose. Pain after your nose job.
Some of the post-surgery discomfort is caused by your inability to breathe normally right after your rhinoplasty. The nasal mucosa, the inner lining of the nose, will swell after a rhinoplasty, even if the surgery was not performed internally. If you have nasal polyps, enlarged polyps, or other structures in your nose that need surgery, you will have more internal swelling. The bottom line is that any difficulty breathing right after a nose job will also cause you some discomfort.