Q: Can I have my nose pierced after rhinoplasty?


  • After a rhinoplasty procedure, it’s generally recommended to avoid any activities or things that could put pressure on the nose or cause injury to the nose for at least the first few weeks following the surgery. This includes avoiding strenuous activities, sports, and any activities that could cause the nose to be bumped or hit.
  • Having a nose piercing done after a rhinoplasty can cause complications such as bleeding, infection, and damage to the newly reshaped nose. It’s important to wait at least 6-12 months after the surgery before getting the nose pierced. This is to allow the nose to fully heal and to prevent any accidental trauma to the nose.
  • It’s also important to note that if you have the piercing done before the nose has fully healed, it may affect the final results of your rhinoplasty. If you had a septal surgery, the piercing may cause damage to the cartilage of the septum, and if the piercing is done too early, the healing process can be altered leading to poor final results.
  • It’s essential to consult with your plastic surgeon regarding the timing of getting a nose piercing after rhinoplasty. They can advise you on the best time to do it and to make sure it won’t compromise the results of the surgery.

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