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May 9, 2016

An important concern for patients who have undergone rhinoplasty is whether they can wear their glasses. Most patients cannot live without corrective eyeglasses, and some may be allergic to contact lenses. There may be other ways for such patients to cope with their ey...

May 9, 2016

There is no established answer as to when you can start wearing glasses after you inject fillers into the nose. The general consensus among the doctors is to wait at least 4 weeks before you put them on. Injectable fillers like juvederm, restylane, perlane or radiesse...

May 9, 2016

Wearing eyeglasses after rhinoplasty is a problem faced both by patients and surgeons. The restriction of eyeglasses is recommended for several weeks to prevent any undesired deformation of the reconstructed nose. Pressure on the bridge and sides of the nose affects th...

May 9, 2016

After surgery on the proximal nose, wearing eyeglasses may be difficult and uncomfortable. A bulky wound dressing may not allow eyeglasses to rest in their proper position. Even if the patient or physician can adjust the wound dressing so that eyeglasses lie in a funct...

May 9, 2016

Protecting the nose after rhinoplasty is not limited to just the splinting periods. We recommend a cheek pads for patients who wear eyeglasses not to support the pedestals of the glasses upon the nose after rhinoplasty.

After rhinoplasty, external rigid fixation of the...

May 9, 2016

 The nose is the most prominent facial feature. A fracture of the nasal pyramid is the most common facial fracture, requiring less force than that for any other facial bone. The increasing prevalence of this injury presents the plastic surgeon with challenging treatmen...

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