I have always had a large nose and have been made of for it for as long as I can remember. It was something that always made me self conscious to the point that I would never let people see my profile and I would do anything to avoid getting attention drawn to myself. I had broken my nose twice when I was about 15 and got a deviated septum as a result. When I was 17 I started having breathing problems and decided to look into corrective surgery. I visited probably 3 or 4 doctors before I found the doctor I decided to go with and the experience was horrible.
I was so nervous before my surgery (more for the needles than anything) but the hospital staff and my doctor did a fantastic job of helping me through everything. I went home two hours after my surgery and was in bed for about two days before I was able to be up and around. I had almost no swelling or bruising and didn't need any pain medication after the second day. The staff at the clinic and my doctor were phenomenal. I am so happy I made the decision I did, my confidence has never been better and I couldn't be happier with the results.