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Minor depression

“Emotional instability is often observed during the healing period,” says Dr. Gerber. Everyone is eager to see the results immediately, but the reality is that for several weeks you have to wait until the swelling, bruising, and soreness disappear. This primarily refers to the operation to tighten the muscles of the face. Your face is swollen, you are sitting at home with your head bandaged so that you can not even wash your hair. Not surprisingly, many have a slight depression. ”
Studies have shown that among those who underwent plastic surgery to restore or change the shape of the nose (rhinoplasty), about 20 percent experienced some disappointment and depression during the first 30 days after surgery. Such feelings could last up to six months.
“There are several reasons why patients after rhinoplasty may temporarily become depressed,” says Marcia Kraft Goyn, MD, a clinical psychiatrist at the University of Los Angeles, Southern California, and author of a special study. Firstly, before the patient sees the results of the operation, he will see swelling and bruising, and it takes time to pass this. And secondly, rhinoplasty is in some ways akin to breast reduction because it changes the shape of the body that the patient is accustomed to, explains Dr. Heun. Unlike skin tightening on the face, which returns to a woman the features that are always inherent in her, rhinoplasty creates a new form. And no matter how desirable the change was, it always causes shock at the first moment. ”
In his study, Dr. Goin also notes that depression and frustration are more pronounced in those who experienced increased anxiety before surgery. A doctor who is attentive to the mood of the patients, in her opinion, can notice which of them is most likely to become depressed after surgery, and support them by dispelling unfounded fears.