Q: Can I expect any changes in my sense of smell or taste after the surgery?


It is possible that changes in your sense of smell or taste may occur temporarily after the surgery, but this is typically not a common side effect of rhinoplasty. The nose plays a critical role in the sense of smell, so it is possible that any changes in the structure of the nose during surgery may affect the ability to smell or taste. However, these changes are usually temporary and should resolve within a few weeks after the surgery. Your surgeon will discuss the potential risks and side effects of rhinoplasty with you prior to the procedure, and will provide instructions for post-surgery care to minimise the risk of complications.

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