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Cách chăm sóc sau nâng mũi không gây biến chứng

Ngày nay, ngành công nghiệp thẩm mỹ phát triển mạnh, nhiều người đã tin dùng để cải thiện sắc đẹp của mình. Thế nhưng, việc lơ là sau các ca phẫu thuật đã gây ra những biến chứng không nhỏ, làm cho việc phẫu thuật thẩm mỹ mất tác dụng. Đặc biệt, là với những bộ phận dễ bị ảnh hưởng nhất như mũi, cằm, ngực… Bài viết dưới đây chúng tôi đặc biệt quan tâm tới việc chăm sóc sau nâng mũi để giúp bạn có được chiếc mũi hoàn hảo như ý muốn.

Để chiếc mũi trở nên thon gọn, đúng form dáng thì việc chăm sóc sau nâng mũi hết sức quan trọng. Các bác sĩ tại bệnh viện thẩm mỹ Kangnam khuyên bạn:

Chăm sóc sau nâng mũi bằng phương pháp chườm đá.
Hiện tượng sưng sau phẫu thuật là điều không thể tránh khỏi. Vì vậy, việc dùng đá lạnh để chườm là phương pháp tối ưu. Đá lạnh sẽ làm giảm bớt hiện tượng sưng, phù nề và giảm đau hiệu quả. Còn nếu bạn lo lắng không biết nâng mũi có đau không, liệu bạn có đủ can đảm để trải qua đau đớn trước, trong và sau phẫu thuật nâng mũi hay không, bạn có thể tham khảo bài viết: "Nâng mũi có đau không? Chia sẻ của bác sĩ theo các giai đoạn"

Cách chườm đá đúng cách:
- Cho đá lạnh vào túi vải mỏng hoặc lót đá lạnh trong khăn màn.
- Chỉ chườm xung quanh vùng mũi tránh chườm đá trực tiếp lên vết thương.
- Quá trình chườm đá không nên miết mạnh mà chỉ dặm nhẹ nhàng như lúc bạn trang điểm.
- Mỗi lần chườm chỉ khoảng 5-10 phút, 2-3 lần mỗi ngày.

Lựa chọn thực phẩm phù hợp
Người sau khi nâng mũi cũng giống như người bệnh vừa tỉnh dậy sau ca mổ, phẫu thuật. Việc xây dựng một khẩu phần ăn hợp lý, vừa đảm bảo cho sức khỏe vừa tránh những biến chứng có thể xảy ra. Đây được xem là bước rất cần thiết để chăm sóc sau nâng mũi.
- Các loại thực phẩm cần tránh ăn như: rau muống, thịt bò, thịt gà, các đồ ăn nếp… và kiêng uống các thức uống có cồn, chất kích thích, điều này sẽ tránh được hiện tượng sưng mủ, vết thương sẽ mau lành và không để lại sẹo lồi.
- Bạn cần bổ sung cho mình những thức ăn giàu vitamin, khoáng chất, dinh dưỡng nhiều calo. Đặc biệt là nên uống đủ 2 lit nước mỗi ngày.

Sinh hoạt sau nâng mũi

Không nên trang điểm.
Trong các đồ trang điểm chứa nhiều chất không tốt cho da, chính vì vậy bạn không được trang điểm sau khi nâng mũi để tránh hiện tượng nhiễm trùng da. Bên cạnh đó việc trang điểm sẽ làm cho cấu trúc mũi mới phẫu thuật bị lệch, làm biến dạng form mũi.

Việc trang điểm này chỉ được phép khi vết thương đã lành lặn, ít nhất là 3-4 tuần sau phẫu thuật.

Tư thế nằm
Sau nâng mũi thì việc kiểm soát tư thế nằm là rất quan trọng. Bạn tránh nằm sấp, nằm nghiêng để mũi được ổn định, tránh va chạm. Tư thế nằm thẳng người là lựa chọn tốt nhất. Hãy đặc biệt chú ý tư thế nằm của mình trong thời gian đầu sau phẫu thuật để tốt cho dáng mũi của bạn.

Rửa mặt sau nâng mũi
Thay vì rửa mặt thấm nước như bình thường thì bạn có thể thay đổi phương pháp rửa mặt thông dụng bằng cách tẩy trang, hoặc dùng nước muối thấm vào khăn mềm hoặc bông gòn để rửa mặt, loại bỏ đi bụi bẩn và chất nhờn.

Tái khám để được tư vấn chăm sóc sau nâng mũi
Việc tới tái khám là rất quan trọng. Các bác sĩ sẽ tiến hành kiểm tra xem mũi có bị lệch hay sai form hay không. Hơn thế nữa, việc tái khám sẽ giúp bạn có thêm thông tin tư vấn cần thiết của bác sĩ để chăm sóc sau nâng mũi sao cho hiệu quả nhất.

Với những lưu ý này, bạn sẽ được đảm bảo an toàn trong quá trình hậu phẫu sau nâng mũi. Còn nếu bạn vẫn lo lắng không biết có nên nâng mũi không, bạn có thể tham khảo bài viết: "Có nên nâng mũi không? 4 lí do tại sao bạn nên sửa mũi" để biết thêm chi tiết

Trên đây là những gợi ý của các chuyên gia tại Bệnh viện thẩm mỹ Kangnam về việc chăm sóc sau nâng mũi. Nếu có thắc mắc hãy phản hồi lại cho chúng tôi theo số điện thoại 19006466 để được giải đáp miễn phí.
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