Cast is Sliding off 5 Days After Septorhinoplasty

I can't help it but I lough a lot and that big plaster holding the cast is simply sliding in every direction.Today after warm bath the cast moved even more.Should I call my surgeon and get it replaced or it's movement not going to affect my nose shape?

Doctor Answers 5

Cast Mobile 5 Days after Rhinoplasty

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It is unlikey that a loose cast  will cause any problems 5 days after surgery. Be careful not to bump the cast and call your surgeon for instructions.

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Cast removal after rhinoplasty

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A nasal cast or splint is usually placed after rhinoplasty to maintain the position of the nasal bones after repositioning them during the surgery. Most often it is removed at 5 - 10 days after surgery. You should definitely contact your surgeon to seek his/her advice on being seen for follow up and cast removal.

Olivia Hutchinson, MD
New York Plastic Surgeon

Cast is coming off at 5 days after rhinoplasty (nose Job)

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Hi, At 5 days your Cast/splint should be ready to be removed. Do not remove it but contact your surgeon to arrange removal of cast and tapes. Do not worry, it should be fine.

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Loose nasal splint at 5 days after rhinoplasty

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Hi, Speak with your surgeon, but at 5 days your splint may be ready to come off and stay off. Good luck and be well. Dr. P

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Cast splint falling off 5 days after nose job (rhinoplasty)

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I would let your surgeon know but that does not necessarily mean that it will at all effect the final results of your rhinoplasty.

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