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Top UK Rhinoplasty Surgeon, Julian Rowe-Jones on: What must you do before rhinoplasty?

When you book your date for rhinoplasty with us at The Nose Clinic we will give you a comprehensive list of instructions to follow. If you follow these I’m sure there won’t be a problem. We will also call you nearer the time to make sure that you understood everything and followed the instructions.

The Key

The key things really are to avoid any medications that might increase your chances of bleeding, things you might not have thought about otherwise, just like aspirin, things like garlic and we’ll discuss that at your consultation as well. If we keep good communication going and you follow the instructions everything will be fine.

Presented by Julian Rowe-Jones, Top UK Rhinoplasty Surgeon

More about Julian Rowe-Jones

Julian Rowe-Jones founded The Nose Clinic in 1998 with a clear mission to deliver world leading standards of cosmetic nose surgery (Rhinoplasty) in Guildford, and now in Harley Street, London. His aim is to provide a level of friendly and professional consultancy, advice, support and patient care that complements and enhances these standards. His expertise as a rhinoplasty surgeon is central to the success of his patients; and you can read more about his background and experience in specialising.

A Rhinoplasty Testimonial

The experience from the consultation to the surgery and post care has been incredible and professional, both with Mr Rowe-Jones and all the staff. I was extremely selfconscious of my profile before surgery, but am no longer worried about having a ‘ski slope’ nose.

I feel like my new nose suits me better. It took over a decade between having the first rhinoplasty to find the confidence and the right surgeon to perform the second revision surgery. Finding Mr Rowe-Jones after reading about him in Tatler and proceeding with surgery turned out to be one of my best decisions and worth the wait.

By | 2016-07-29T13:59:58+00:00 June 11th, 2015|Risks and limitations, Treatments|