Posted by LawtonMD on August 29, 2016
You’ve seen it in the movies, on reality TV, perhaps maybe even in person on one of your friends. Yes, we’re talking about the black-and-blue bruising appearance that can follow a nose job. Rhinoplasties tend to evoke visions of a surgeon hitting a hammer against the bridge of someone’s nose, which produces a disturbing cracking sound, followed by a couple weeks of black eyes.
While some of the more significant nose jobs may involve this chain of events, know that it is not what happens in everynose job scenario. If you and your surgeon decide you only need to shave a bump off the bridge of your nose or refine your tip, chances are nothing will need to be broken. Thus, no black eyes!