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For how long should I wait to see the result of revision rhinoplasty and use a sunbed ?

I had revision rhinoplasty surgery 2 weeks ago how soon can i use a sunbed? Also I understand swelling can take a long while but when will I be able to see the real outcome as I am concerned that what I wanted is not quite the result I was looking for.
Asked On : Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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1. Wait for two weeks more.
2. While most healing takes place in the first four weeks, internal healing may take up to six months.
3. If you draw a perfectly symmetrical face, it seems unnatural. Our minor asymmetries and minor facial defects give our faces our unique characteristics.
4. In a revision rhinoplasty, results may be more difficult to achieve due to fibrosis and changes from the previous surgery. However, nasal function is more important than external form and appearance..
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