Can I Give Myself a Rhinoplasty?
- Asked by Sophie134
- 1 year ago
I know it would be risky, but I have no money for a rhinoplasty and I am very insecure of my nose that I would be willing to do it myself at home. How would I do it?
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It sounds like you have great concerns, but this is surely not something you can do on your own. Looking and feeling great is important, but certainly not something you can take into your own hands. If this is a financial issue for you, there may be a solution. Many surgeons offer health care payment options through a nationally recognized financial lender called CareCredit. Please discuss your aesthetic goals with a Surgeon and see if this option may work for you. I wish you the best of luck.
Web reference: http://www.drclevens.com/financing.htm
Doing Surgery on yourself is foolish
No, there are other options to pursue that would be safer. If there is a teaching hospital near you, see if you can get assistance from them. If not, save or finance and do it properly.
If you are serious, I would urge you to see a Mental Health Specialist to discuss the origins of your feelings. There are many options for paying for surgery, but first things first, as deep-seated insecurities about one's nose are often a manifestation of other issues.
If you are being facetious, well, I'd suggest you just keep your nose to the grindstone instead!
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I would recommend you save up your money or open a credit line. Doing any procedure at home is both illegal and immoral and would be fraught with disaster.
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