Nose job and Laparoscopic hysterectomy at once?
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A rhinoplasty can safely be performed with other surgeries if both surgeons are on board.
Thank you for your question. I understand the occasional patient request to combine two or more surgeries at the same time to reduce the amount of time off from work or other activities. We are all busy and it may be impossible to take off the time needed separately. I would start by asking the OB/Gyn if they are comfortable with that. Usually I would recommend the rhinoplasty as the second procedure if it is body or orthopedic in nature as it is the "dirty" procedure with respect to infection. The surgery center where I do most of my rhinoplasties has many other specialities that can accommodate diverse patient needs.
I hope this helps and good luck.
Probably, but probably not the best idea
For a multitude of reasons its probably not the best idea. Rhinoplasty is an artistic surgery usually performed in an outpatient basis. The other surgery is more of a medical need which may require hospitalization, etc. I would recommend doing the medical need first, and the cosmetic rhino later down the road!
All the best!
Nose job and laparoscopy hysterectomy at once
There are many factors to look into when considering performing both procedures together. A laparoscopic hysterectomy is usually performed in a hospital setting, while a rhinoplasty as performed in a outpatient surgery center facility. A hospital setting can be quite expensive for cosmetic surgery. It is also a challenge to get both surgeons to perform the procedures simultaneously. It is also important to determine how long each procedure will take under general anesthesia, and should not exceed 5-6 hours. Rhinoplasty is a very difficult endeavor, so choose your Surgeon very wisely based on extensive experience.
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