Rhinoplasty Operations Gone WrongHave you been the victim of negligent cosmetic surgeon or clinic?
Rhinoplasty Gone Wrong
Mercury Legal have helped many people pursue a claim for compensation after they’ve been left scarred or needing corrective surgery following a botched cosmetic procedure. If you have been the victim of a negligent cosmetic surgeon or clinic then you may have a claim for compensation with Mercury Legal. Call 0800 122 3130 or ask for a free call back when’s convenient for you.
Rhinoplasty, otherwise known as a ‘nose job’, was one of the first ever cosmetic surgery procedures to become available in the UK and the procedure involves the reshaping the nose. Although rhinoplasty is usually deemed to be a purely cosmetic procedure, it is also sometimes used to correct sinus or breathing problems.
Sadly rhinoplasty procedures carry a degree of risk, and some people are left scarred, disfigured or in need of further corrective surgery following the procedure. Usually, there is some healing time needed after the procedure and you may need to wear a splint or support for a week. To prevent you from breathing through your nose, dressing packs could be placed in each of the nostrils for a day or two and you will have lots of swelling and bruising around the nose for several weeks. There will also be a very small scar on the column between your nostrils but this will be barely noticeable. If you have more significant scarring, or are experiencing pain long after this initial period, it may be that there have been some issues with the procedure and you could potentially be entitled to make a claim for cosmetic surgery compensation.
If you believe that you or your loved one has suffered as a result of surgical negligence, we can help you. Please call our experienced and knowledgeable medical negligence solicitors today on 0800 122 3130 to discuss your individual case or start your claim online today.
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