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Rhinoplasty requests during coronavirus restrictions have doubled, and it’s easy to see why. Not only is nose job recovery made simpler with stay-at-home orders and mask-wearing in public, but things like virtual consults and an emphasis on self-care have made the decision to move forward with your nose job even easier.

Still not sure if now is the right time to schedule your rhinoplasty consult? These are just a few of the benefits of opting in for a nose job while social distancing.

Recovery Will Be a Breeze

Most people plan to take around two weeks off work and social activities while recovering from their nose job. But with social distancing in place and face mask mandates when we go out in public, your nose job recovery could be even simpler during this time.

Plus, if you work remotely rather than heading into the office, you might be able to get more work done from the comfort of your home during your rhinoplasty recovery.

Virtual Consults Are on the Rise

It’s never too early to schedule a consultation, even if you are still unsure if rhinoplasty is right for you.

Virtual plastic surgery consults have skyrocketed in popularity since the start of coronavirus restrictions. Not only do they help to limit person-to-person contact, but they are also a convenient way to talk to a board-certified plastic surgeon without having to go anywhere.

3. Self-Care Is More Important Than Ever

With less busyness and running around, perhaps one positive aspect that has come of social distancing is a newfound emphasis on self-care. If you’ve been thinking about getting a nose job for some time but have never taken the time out for yourself, now could be an excellent opportunity.

To schedule a virtual consultation or for more information, please contact us online or call our Boston office at (857) 350-4205.

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