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Scientifically, there is no season for this operation. On the other hand, there are some social factors. For example, in summer you have to wait a few weeks after the operation for a hot weather holiday. In winter, you must care about not to get flu before the operation, otherwise the operation would be postponed until you get well.
This depends on a lot of factors. The patients’ healing properties and surgeon’s experience are just two of them. But within the most experienced surgeon’s hands, (although it is lower) there is still some risk. As a result of this, if it is irremissible and totally unacceptable for you to encounter a complication, you may think not to be operated.
If your expectations are correlated with the results that can be achieved scientifically, probably yes you may. On the other hand, it is not a good idea to expect someone else’s results or noses. This is because, everyone has different tissue characteristics and facial proportions. Rhinoplasty is a very individual procedure and someone else’s nose may not fit you as you expect. Additionally, your tissues may not be able for to be done.
No, it is not possible. This is because, nose is a living tissue. Whatever the surgeon does his best during the operation, he/she cannot know how the tissues will heal. Every patient has different healing properties and processes and it just can be predicted. As a result of this a guarantee is not possible on anywhere in the world.
No. After the surgery, there may be some swelling and bruising. It varies between the patients because of the different healing properties which is definitely genetic. Major swellings pass away in a few weeks, on the other hand minor ones may stay for months. But don’t worry, those minor swellings are not easily noticeable. You must know that, you will see the exact shape and details of your nose after one year. (In secondary and revision cases these periods may be longer) Up to that time enjoy the evolution of your new nose. Additionally, the degree of the bruising has no relation with the result of your surgery. If occurs, it generally passes away in a few weeks too.