Male Rhinoplasty – Before & After Pictures

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Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty literally means re-shaping the nose. It involves reshaping the nose and straightening the internal nasal septum so as to improve the nasal airway. Most people consider having rhinoplasty for months before they actually ask for a referral.

Rhinoplasty is performed for crooked noses following injury. At times there is no history of trauma. The person may dislike the hump or just feel that their nose is too large.

The increasing popularity of Rhinoplasty amongst men

There was a time when male rhinoplasty was frowned upon. Today, male rhinoplasty is on the rise.

In fact, more and more men are requesting male rhinoplasty procedures these days due to an increase in their self-confidence and awareness of the importance of facial aesthetics.

Male patients undergoing male nose surgery report that they feel better about themselves after going through with this procedure because it has made them look younger and healthier.

They also report that their confidence levels have increased noticeably as well.

The reasons for the popularity of male nose jobs include society’s increasing focus on appearance; males becoming less reticent about cosmetic treatments; advances in surgical techniques that make male rhinoplasties quicker and safer than previously.

Understanding the Surgery

Before surgery, you need to ensure Dr Dunlop and you agree on the areas to be addressed eg. the hump or tip or both. Photographs will be taken pre-operatively. Please make sure you do not take any Nurofen or Aspirin products in the two weeks preceding surgery as this will lead to bleeding and bruising. If you have a cold within one week prior to surgery you should re-schedule the operation.

Post Operation

After the surgery, bleeding and bruising can be minimized by sleeping head up at 45 degrees i.e. 2 pillows for the first night and placing ice over the eyes for the first twenty-four hours (e.g. a bag of frozen peas). Your nose may feel blocked for the first two weeks because of the internal swelling. NO NOSE BLOWING! This may start bleeding.

However, a small amount of blood-stained ooze is normal for up to 1 week. Postnasal discharge is increased for up to 6 weeks. Use saline nasal spray six times a day to rinse away the crusts. You will also be given antibiotics to prevent infection. The nose may feel heavy and tight but there is rarely severe pain. If severe pain occurs, contact Dr Dunlop.

Your plaster will be removed after 5-7 days. The nose is usually still swollen but after two weeks most of the swelling and bruising has settled and you will be able to return to work. See our video – Removing the Stitches and Plaster

Rhinoplasty Frequently Asked Questions

You no doubt have a bunch of questions. If so, we have a comprehensive list of these questions on our Rhinoplasty FAQ page.

Schedule a Consultation

If you would like to organise an initial discussion to discuss your Rhinoplasty treatment please book a consultation using the form below or call us on (02) 9487 7877

Contact Gillian Dunlop Today
to discuss your Surgery

If you would like to organise an initial discussion to discuss your sydney rhinoplasty treatment. Please book a consultation. Call us on (02) 9487 7877. Or fill out the form below.

Contact Gillian Dunlop Today
to discuss your Surgery

If you would like to organise an initial discussion to discuss your sydney rhinoplasty treatment. Please book a consultation. Call us on (02) 9487 7877. Or fill out the form below.