Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic surgical procedure that can reshape the nose to improve its appearance and/or function. Although it is generally considered safe, there are some risks associated with it. The most common risks of rhinoplasty include infection, bleeding, an unfavorable result, anesthetic reactions, nerve injury, adverse reactions to medications, and difficulty breathing. Less common risks include scarring, numbness, and changes in skin sensation. The risk of complications can be minimized by selecting an experienced and qualified surgeon and following all of their pre- and post-operative instructions carefully. To ensure the best outcome, patients should also be honest with their doctor about their medical history and any medications they are taking. Although rhinoplasty is generally considered safe, it is important to be aware of the potential risks. Patients should discuss all risks and possible outcomes with their doctor before undergoing the procedure.

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