The influence of weather on mood is always a subject of discussion, but its effects on the body are still unknown to the general public. That is why, especially in the field of invasive interventions, surgeons are the ones who recommend patients to consult the calendar before an operation is scheduled. A well-chosen season, in accordance with the specifics of the procedure, may speed up the recovery or increase the degree of discomfort. On the verge of spring, the most appropriate aesthetic surgery is rhinoplasty.
The decision to perform a surgical operation is usually a personal one, being determined by its necessity, but also by the temporal and financial availability of the patient. An important but neglected factor in this equation is the time of the year in which this intervention is performed. Climate manifestations are easily felt by the human body, and if these effects become known, they can be exploited successfully in their own use.
Spring – the most recommended season for rhinoplasty
Depending on the season, some variations may have an effect on the health of the patient, especially the fresh one. The body reacts differently to these, depending on the type of intervention performed and previous predispositions due to medical history. Generally, spring is in most cases the most appropriate season for invasive procedures, for objective reasons such as the postoperative recovery period.
“Of all the procedures, the most advantageous of the spring season are rhinoplasty, because the average temperatures of the period help to a quick recovery. These make peripheral vasodilation less likely, so that edema and ecchymoses are readily absorbed, and specific atherosclerosis does not cause additional discomfort. In addition, the newly operated nose is protected from increased sensitivity due to high temperatures and excessive ultraviolet radiation, “says Dr. Dan Mihail Stana, Esthetician surgeon at Efigia Clinic.
What does rhinoplasty mean?
Rhinoplasty aims to change the size and shape of the nose in harmony with the rest of the face. This aesthetic intervention can correct malformations or post-traumatic defects, which often cause respiratory problems. Moreover, the benefits can be extended at aesthetic level, increasing the level of trust of the patient.
“The surgery consists in detaching the soft parts of the osteocartilaginous skeleton to allow it to be modeled in the desired shape. The intervention can be closed and is done through incisions inside the nose that heal with invisible but open eyes, the scar being minor and at the base of the nose, but this method is preferred in complex operations. ” explains dr Dan Mihail Stana.
Before determining the details of the intervention, it is very important to determine a possible associated pathology: family history or prolonged bleeding, especially nasal, history of allergies, drug abuse, chronic aspirin use. Later, you will discuss the extent to which you can intervene to improve your nose contour.

Results and recovery period

Depending on the complexity of the situation, anesthesia can be done locally or generally, and surgery requires an average of 1-2 hours, extending up to Rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult interventions in plastic surgery, so the end result is obviously after 6-12 months, during which the nose undergoes permanent transformations.

Postoperatively, pain experienced in the nose or head area can be medicated. In addition, it is necessary to maintain a floss and a tamponament, and the presence of edema (swelling) and a variable degree of bruising (bruising) is very possible. Patients who have suffered a rhinoplasty may return to specific activities one week after surgery.

Depending on the complexity of the chosen operation and the patient’s health condition, the specialist in aesthetic surgery may suggest the right time for the intervention. Under careful supervision and taking into account the restrictions and indications communicated by the attending physician, postoperative recovery has all the chances of success and performance in normal parameters.

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