How long after rhinoplasty can I get tear trough filler?
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How Long after Rhinoplasty Can I have Tear troug Fillers
I strongly recommend that you have tear trough fillers just before the rhinoplasty surgery during the same operation. There is no reason to stage these 2 procedures.
Fillers after rhinoplasty
Hello and thank you for your question. I recommend waiting three months after a rhinoplasty. You should also ask your primary rhinoplasty surgeon.
Best wishes and good luck.
Richard G. Reish, M.D.
Harvard-trained plastic surgeon
Tear troughs filler after rhinoplasty
Thanks for your question. The time to treat the tear troughs is when you feel they are back to baseline after surgery. This can take a couple of weeks or a couple of months depending on you and the rhinoplasty. When your tear troughs look like your 'before' pictures then you can go ahead. Good luck.
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Filler after rhinoplasty
This is a question for your chosen surgeon and depends somewhat on what is actually done during your specific procedure. Basically once all swelling and bruising has resolved, which may take many weeks you should be OK to go ahead with a filler. Of course by then you may be able to wear your glasses.
Rhinoplasty and tear trough filler
Rhinoplasty is a surgery that has a long recovery period. I would generally recommend my patients wait at least 2 months before thinking about additional features.
#1. The nose needs adequate time to heal without potential exposure to infection or issues from another procedure.
#2. Rhinoplasty can create swelling in the tear trough area. There is potential to undertreat the tear troughs if the swelling is still present.
Facial fillers can be injected in the office. Each patient is different, so I would ask your rhinoplasty surgeon before proceeding with injections. Safety comes first.