I Did Rhinoplasty the Third Time. Transplantation of Cartilage from the Ear; Open Rhinoplasty?

Hello .. I do tertiary rhinoplasty. with a change of ear cartilage. proshol year but still at the tip of the nose and swelling near the wing of the nose a little bump .... tell me what to do chtobf swelling faster proshol .. for how long after tretinoy rhinoplasty nose nose swelling finally goes ....

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Healing Time Following Tertiary Rhinoplasty with Ear Grafting

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It can easily take upwards of two years for a nose to heal following tertiary rhinoplasty surgery with ear grafting. In the meantime, your surgeon might entertain the idea of a steroid injection to help further guide the healing process. 

San Diego Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty and swelling

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Usually a revision rhinoplasty will stay swollen for a logner period of time.  Usually a year and sometimes longer.

Rhinoplasty swelling takes 1 year to go.

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It takes 1year for rhinoplasty swelling or more to go. Be patient and it will go down. 

Toby Mayer, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Swelling after rhinoplasty

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Full healing and resolution of swelling after revision rhinoplasty can take a full 2 years.  Avoiding strenuous activity, alcohol, high altitudes, and sleeping with your head elevated can help hasten the resolution of edema.  It is a lengthy process, though, to see the final result.  

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