Nose Job Surgery Package from $2,840 USD

Nose Surgery Job Colombia Bogota

  • Reception at Bogotá, Colombia airport (BOG)
  • Nose job surgery with a Board certified surgeon
  • Anesthesiologist and clinic fees
  • Transportation to & from med-appointments
  • Pre surgical medical exams
  • One support garment worn after surgery, if applicable
  • Post surgery assistant for 3 days (2 hr each day)
  • All predetermine medication and bandages
  • Complication insurance for up to $20,000 USD


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To get a free quote: fill out the quote request form and upload the requested photos with a solid background of the areas that you wish to treat. See how to take your photos for a nose job in Colombia.

Reserve Surgery Date

Once you decide to proceed with your nose job surgery in Colombia, a 30% deposit is required to reserve your surgery date. The balance for your cosmetic surgery is due after your initial consultation with your plastic surgeon.

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Once you have reserved your surgery date, you will receive an email with your pre-operative instructions and details of any blood work required prior to your arrival in Colombia.

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Nose Job Surgery in Colombia

The Perfect Balance Between Quality and Price.

Do you wish for a more harmonious nose, one that goes well with the rest of your facial features? If so, you may be a candidate for a nose job surgery in Colombia. Cosmetic harmony offers complete nose job surgery packages that will give you the balance you want without wiping your bank account balance. We take care of every detail from your arrival in Bogotá, Colombia to your departure.

Nose Job Surgery in Colombia

The nose surgery (Rhinoplasty) has been designed to improve the look of the nose to create a more balanced appearance with the rest of the face. Though initial swelling and bruising should dissipate within the first 14 days, it may take up to a year for your final nasal contour to be realized. The results of nose surgery are usually permanent, however, cartilage may continue to reshape and move tissue that may change the outcome over time.


Ideal Candidate for Nose Job in Colombia

  • You should do it for yourself, not to fulfill someone else’s desires or to try to fit any sort of ideal image.
  • You do not smoke
  • You have realistic expectations
  • You want to narrow the nostrils, even-out a bump on the bridge or tip of the nose, or make the nose appear smaller.
  • You want to improve breathing and boost self confidence and self esteem.


Nose Job Surgery Recovery

After the nose surgery is completed, a splint, internal tubes or packing will likely be placed inside your nose and a splint or bandages placed on the outside to support and protect the new structures during initial healing for approximately 7 days. Splints and sutures will be removed after a week at your first postoperative appointment.

Avoid blowing your nose or participate in contact sport for the first two months. You may experience occasional nose bleed or ‘stuffiness’ in the early postoperative period as swelling and nasal discharge diminish. While initial swelling will diminish within the first 20 days, it may take up to a year for your final nasal contour to be realized.

During this time you may notice gradual changes in the appearance of your nose as it refines to a more permanent outcome. Swelling may come and go and worsen in the morning during the first year following your nose surgery.


Nose Job Surgery Results

Though initial swelling and bruising should dissipate within the first 14 days, it may take up to a year for your final nasal contour to be realized. The results of nose surgery are usually permanent, however, cartilage may continue to reshape and move tissue that may change the outcome over time.


Nose Job Risks

The decision to have nose surgery is extremely personal and you’ll have to decide if the benefits will fulfill your goals and if the risks and potential complications are acceptable. Your doctor will explain in detail the risks associated with surgery. You will be asked to sign consent forms to ensure that you fully understand the procedure you will undergo and any risks or potential complications.

Nose surgery risks include:

Anesthesia risks
Nose asymmetry
Change in skin sensation (numbness) of the nose
Poor wound healing
Unfavorable scarring
Pain, which may persist
Skin contour irregularities
Possibility of revision surgery
Skin discoloration and swelling
Bleeding (hematoma) in the septum
Nasal airway alterations may occur after a rhinoplasty or septoplasty that may interfere with normal passage of air through the nose
Rupture of small surface vessels of the nose leading to a nose bleed
Sutures may spontaneously surface through the skin, become visible or produce irritation that require removal
Cardiac and pulmonary complications can occur in longer surgical procedures and may be associated with the formation of, or increase in, blood clots in the venous system

Nasal septal perforation (a hole in the nasal septum) may develop but is rare; additional surgical procedures may be required to repair the nasal septum but in some cases, it may be impossible to correct this complication

“Most of the risks are very uncommon; some people may be at higher risk than others. Your doctor will discuss this with you during your consultation if any of these risks are specifically pertinent to you.”

Although nose surgery is an effective procedure where the benefits significantly outweigh the risks, the degree of surgical success can be altered by how each individual’s body responds to surgery and healing. Although good results are expected, there is no guarantee. In some situations, it may not be possible to achieve optimal results with a single surgical procedure; revision surgery may be necessary.

Don’t hesitate to ask questions: It’s very important to ask questions about your nose surgery procedure. It’s natural to feel some anxiety, whether it’s excitement for your anticipated new look or a bit of preoperative stress. Don’t be shy about discussing these feelings and any specific concerns with your doctor or any of our staff members.


Nose Job Vocabulary

Cartilage: Connective tissue that forms the structure of the nose.

Columella: The narrow strip of skin running from the tip of the nose to the upper lip, which separates the nostrils.

Deviated septum: Cartilage that separates the nostrils is misaligned which may cause partial nasal airway obstruction.

General anesthesia: Drugs and/or gases used during surgery to relieve pain and alter consciousness.

Hematoma: A localized collection of blood that accumulates in an organ, tissue, or body space as the result of leakage from a broken blood vessel. Hematomas sometimes develop within the nasal cartilage when the nose is fractured.

Intravenous sedation: Sedatives administered by injection into a vein to help you relax.

Local anesthesia: A drug injected directly to the site of an incision during an operation to relieve pain.

Nose job: same as rhinoplasty, nose reshaping and nose surgery

Rhinoplasty: Surgery to reshape the nose.


Nose Job in Colombia

How we do it

Day 1: Arrival in Colombia
Day 2: Appointments
Day 3: Surgery
Day 4: Recovery
Day 5: Recovery
Day 6: Post op visit
Day 7: Post op Therapy
Day 8: Post op Therapy
Day 9: Post op Therapy
Day 10: Post op Therapy
Day 11: Post op Therapy
Day 12: Post op Therapy
Day 13: Post op Visit
Day 14: Departure

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*We do not publish pre and postoperative photographs on our website as we respect the privacy of our clients. During your consultation your surgeon will show you photographs which are relevant to your procedure and pertinent for your particular body shape or facial characteristics. These photographs are used only to illustrate particular discussion points related to your procedure.

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