The long-term effects of rhinoplasty can include improved breathing and
increased self-confidence due to an improved appearance of the nose. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the final shape of the nose may not be apparent until several months after the surgery and that the nose may continue to change shape as the patient ages.
Rhinoplasty is a permanent procedure, but the nose may continue to change over time due to the natural ageing process, and the skin may also lose elasticity, which can cause slight changes in the shape of the nose.
It is also important to note that the healing process can be different for each patient and the final results may not be exactly what was expected. Additionally, some patients may experience complications such as infection, bleeding or poor healing that can affect the final results.
It’s important to have realistic expectations when considering rhinoplasty, and to choose a qualified and experienced surgeon who has a good understanding of the patient’s expectations and can provide the best possible results.