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What are the risks of rhinoplasty surgery?

What are the risks of rhinoplasty surgery?

VIDEO BLOG: What are the risks of rhinoplasty surgery?

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks.  Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

Are you considering having rhinoplasty surgery? If yes, you probably have many questions you would like answered. A common question is: What are the risks of rhinoplasty surgery? Our experienced, Melbourne based surgeon, Mr Patrick Walsh helps to answer this question in this video blog. In detail, he outlines the potential risks that are involved when having this sort of surgery. Not only are there risks in the surgery itself, but there are also risks involved in having a general anesthetic, as well as the post-operative recovery. Each case is individual and therefore the risks will vary from patient to patient. This will depend on the severity of the surgery and the general health of the patient. A consultation is essential, however Mr Patrick Walsh describes many of the general risks of rhinoplasty surgery in the above video.

Click above to watch this video blog to find out what the risks of rhinoplasty surgery are.

Mr Patrick Walsh is an ENT and facial plastic surgeon in Melbourne. He performs many cosmetic and functional rhinoplasty surgeries in private hospitals in Melbourne. For more information or to arrange a consultation, please contact his St Kilda rooms on (03) 95100714.