As the new school year approaches, many students head to the store to buy a fresh set of clothes to make the best first impression possible. For some, rhinoplasty offers a similar chance to start the school year off with a fresh look.
Read on to learn why you may want to consider rhinoplasty before the start of the new school year:
1. Look your best on the first day of class
The first day of a new semester can be extremely stressful. Meeting dozens of new people, greeting new professors and diving into a syllabus can be a lot to handle at once. Whylet the stress of physical appearance weigh you down any longer?
If you’re not satisfied with your nose, there is something you can do about it. A nose can detract from an attractive face, and often it only takes a slight reduction for it to match perfectly. For proof, check out the testimonial video below:
2. Start fresh in a new city
If it’s your first year away from home in a new city, you may want to start with a clean slate. Forget about high school – that’s kids’ stuff. In college, you can find yourself on an intellectual and physical level.
While you’re hitting the books to improve your mind, why not improve the way you look as well? While a nose job might not be as simple as changing your wardrobe, it’s a minimally invasive procedure that can completely change your life. Just make sure you give yourself a few weeks to recover. Generally, patients recover from the initial bruising and swelling within 10 to 14 days.
3. Correct a deviated septum
If you snoreas the result of a deviated septum, a nose job could help you sleep better at night. A study published by the American Psychological Society found that sleep may play an important role in the consolidation of long term memories.
Getting a better night’s sleep may, therefore, help you do better in school. Plus, you won’t disturb your new roommate during the night.
Dr. Marotta is a dual board certified facial plastic surgeon. He is committed to delivering the best experience possible to his clients. Schedule a consultation today to see how Dr. Marotta and his team can help you decide if rhinoplasty is right for you.