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Nose job simulator is a great way to get an idea how your nose would look like. If you’re considering a nose job or rhinoplasty, then you are curious how your nose would possibly look like after the surgery. While assessment, we can provide with “after surgery look” however this would not be the 100% look after the surgery, it is just to give you an idea.

What are the factors that make your nose aesthetic looking one?

  • It has to be balanced with your face.
  • Your nose has to suit your face. Very big eyes and cheeks with a little nose might not look fitting.
  • It should be as symmetrical as possible.

In this page, you can see noses similar to yourself and see what has been achieved. Maybe you need change to your nose’s side profile, or narrow your nose’s front profile. This page can give you a good idea of what you may look like after plastic surgery, but ultimately only a surgeon can help you decide upon realistic results.

6 Common Concerns that you can expect to be solved with a nose job

Ask yourself these 6 questions and preview what your nose will look like after the operation through similar examples.

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1. The Bridge of the nose is too wide or too flat?

2. The nose has a large bulbous tip?

3. The nose looks too big or long?

4. The nose is too pointy

5. The nose is crooked?

6. The nose has a prominent hump or nose-bridge bump?

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We hope that you can get a preview of the photos you see and and nose surgery simulator was able to give you realistic information.

Nose surgeries are performed by the best plastic surgeons in Turkey.

Before – After Gallery Nose Job

View all FlyHealth patient before and after nose surgery photos. (We want you to know that all images are by FlyHealth patients)

After nose job

  • It is normal for light red fluid to come out of your nostrils in the first week after surgery.
  • It is natural to have bruises around your eyes and swelling on your face in the first week. To avoid this, you need to lie down with your head up. During the day, prefer to sit or stand rather than lie down. You can watch TV and spend time in front of the computer, but be careful that it is not so much that it tires your eyes. Also, if you feel good, it’s okay to go out.
  • Do not apply ice to your face unless your doctor tells you otherwise.
  • Please take a shower 48 hours after the surgery unless your doctor tells you otherwise. Make sure the water is not too hot, warm, or colder than warm. Use soap and shampoo. There is no harm in touching the nasal splint with water. After the shower, you can dry it by making small touches with a towel or dry your splint with a hairdryer.
  • Sneezing won’t hurt your nose. However, it can cause nosebleeds. If you sneeze too much, you can sneeze by closing your eyes, tilting your head slightly forward, and pressing your tongue firmly against your palate. If the sneezing sensation does not go away, sneeze through your mouth.
  • For 6-8 weeks after your surgery, mucus, bloody, dry crusts may come from your nostrils piece by piece. Do not do anything extra to clean them. Keep using your cream and spray as long as these come back. Before going to bed at night, squeeze a chickpea-sized amount of cream into both nostrils and inhale strongly. When you get up in the morning, clean your nose by blowing it gently without squeezing it.
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