Last year I had an operation which I’d been looking at dig for years, rhinoplasty, finally getting rid of that horrible bump in my nose. I decided on the right clinic after reading the Dean Toriumi reviews, and deciding that he was clearly the best cosmetic surgeon her in Chicago, Illinois. Whilst I was reading reviews however, for a number of clinics, I saw so many incidents where people had complained, who seemingly didn’t know what they were getting themselves into.
Upon my first appointment I was chatting to the staff about this and they concurred that so many people come in for this procedure with their eyes closed, and don’t ask enough questions, unlike myself I might add. If you are interested in having rhinoplasty then here is exactly why you need to be vocal in order to inform yourself of everything that will happen.
The Surgeons Job
The medical staff who carry out your procedure has a duty to warn you of any risks which you may run into during the procedure and afterwards, as well as discussing with you what you are looking to have done. Beyond this, they will hand you leaflets with additional information but in terms of their role and responsibilities, they end here, which is why you must ask as many questions as possible.
Getting the Results
These surgeons can do some pretty special things and as long as you are absolutely clear with them what you are looking to achieve, it is highly probable that this is the result which you will get. If however you are vague with what you want or you simply expect them to improve your look without actually explaining how, you are likely to peel back those bandages in a week’s time and be very happy with the result. You have to explain in great details what you are looking for to avoid having to go back for revisions.
More importantly here, you must listen to the surgeon as there may be limitations around what they can and can’t do.
Some people on those review sites complained that their recovery took longer than it was supposed to or that they hadn’t been told how long they’d be out of action. First of all, that information is available to you if you look, and secondly, all you have to do is ask about what the recovery looks like, what you will and won’t be able to do and what you can expect to feel before/after your surgery. Once again this comes down to people not arming themselves with information be it good/bad or indifferent, you have to own this procedure and know what to expect every single step of the way.
This is your body that is being altered and that is why you have to ensure that you have as much information as possible.