Korea is very famous for rhinoplasty. Therefore, many customers want to go to Korea for rhinoplasty. After all, the cost of rhinoplasty in Korea is between $4,000 and $8,000, which is relatively cheap.
There are 2 methods used for a nose surgery:
1. Open rhinoplasty
The open approach involves a cut across your columella (the narrow strip of skin separating your nostrils). This method allows the surgeon full access to your nose, and enables for major or complex reshaping. Hence, a high chance of achieving your desired results.
2. Closed rhinoplasty
The closed approach involves incisions inside your nose, so there's no obvious scarring. However, this method limits the surgeon's access of your nose. Hence, major or complex reshaping is not possible. Suitable only for minor work.
As with any surgery, there are risks and complications associated with Korean nose jobs. the risks and complications include infection, bleeding, and scarring.
How Much does Rhinoplasty Cost in Korea?
The average rhinoplasty surgery cost in South Korea is around $4000 to $8000.
It depends on the exact type of treatment, the location of the clinic, the expertise of the surgeon, and many other factors.
Is Korea Good for Rhinoplasty?
Yes, it is.
Korea offers the best doctors, state-of-the-art technology, and high-tech equipment.
The South Korean government has introduced plans to further encourage medical tourism, including the establishment of a help center to provide legal support for foreign customers dissatisfied with their treatment and the easing of visa requirements for medical tourists.
And the most important is that rhinoplasty is cheap in Korea.
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Korean Nose Job Before and After
Let's look at before and after photos of people who have had nose jobs.
Korean Nose Job Recovery Time
In terms of the procedure, here's a typical rhinoplasty timeline shared by Topface Plastic Surgery:
Day 1: Antibiotics & dressing
Day 7: Splint removal & stitch removal on the nasal column side, dressing, swelling care, Nose sebum cleansing
Day 14: Stitch removal inside the nose
Swelling and bruising gradually increases up to 48 hours after surgery and then it gradually subsides over about two weeks, with individual differences.
According to most surgeons, it takes about six months or less to complete the healing and see the final shape of the new nose, up to a year.
How Long to Stay in Korea for Rhinoplasty?
For customers having plastic surgery in Korea, we recommend 7-14 days. However, if you want to stay longer to observe the rhinoplasty, you can do so.