Rhinoplasty can be performed in one of three places: private surgical suites, ambulatory surgical centers, or hospitals. You should speak with your surgeon and make certain that their chosen venue has been accredited by an organization such as the American Association for Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgical Facilities (AAAA), the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), or the Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
Case 12: One of the things that we love about rhinoplasty is that we can combine dramatic changes such as straightening this patient’s nasal twist, and at the same time create some subtle enhancements such as refining and slightly deprojecting the tip while reducing the sense of columellar show. At 6 months, her nose now balances with her face and really brings out her beautiful eyes.
For my patients, I also provide a post-operative packet. This includes arnica and other ointments, gauze and tape, an ice pack, and nasal decongestant spray. If your surgeon does not provide these items to you before or after your surgery, they are all helpful during the healing process. I encourage my patients to get anti-nausea medication for the first few days following surgery as well.
Hi tornrose, The cost of breast implant surgery will vary a great deal depending on what part of the country you live in, the type of implants used, how experienced your surgeon is, what type of anesthesia is used, there are just so many variables that will determine the costs. Some things I would urge you to consider after you've been on a few consultations and seen the average price in your area: 
As you probably already know, breast augmentation costs vary depending on the person, the procedure, and the clinic. There's no such thing as "one-size-fits-all" breast augmentation. In addition, the prices clinics charge are usually based on factors such as implant type, the equipment they use, the clinic's accreditation, the skill of the surgical staff, and the surgeon's level of experience. 

Case 38: This beautiful young lady is an early 6 month example of a finesse rhinoplasty. On front view you can see the bridge is narrower and the sense of hang is improved. On profile, the tip looks undone, natural and less projected with correction of the slight hanging columella. The result is a beautiful, natural look that corrects the issues but leaves her looking totally natural and undone.
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Case 43: Rhinoplasty in this pretty professional woman was all about removing the bump she had hated for years and correcting the tip droop and asymmetry that had worsened with age. Relatively small changes here have created a real sense of refinement while maintaining her long, elegant profile. A lower face and neck lift along with facial fat transfer helped to round out the enhancements in her already beautiful appearance.
Breast implants are not considered lifetime devices, and their longevity varies. As many as 20% of women with breast implants get their implants removed/replaced within 8–10 years because of a desire for a different size or style; newer technology; or complications, like capsular contracture or implant rupture. In breast reconstruction cases, reoperation rates are as high as 48%, according to testimony at recent FDA hearings. 
This is the cost of breast implants in Canada only. Currently, there are two breast implant manufacturers in Canada that offer Health Canada-approved implants: Allergan and Mentor. Both offer saline and silicone cohesive gel filled implants of a variety of shapes, sizes and shell textures. Usually, the only factor that may increase the average cost of breast implants in Canada is if they are cohesive gel or anatomical (tear-drop) shaped implants. This is a premium that is applied by the manufacturer, rather than the surgeon.
Some might think that this patient had had previous rhinoplasty with tip collapse, but she did not. Occasionally, the shape of the tip cartilages is very vertically-oriented, causing a deep groove in the nostril. She felt this, along with her marked tip crookedness, drew unwanted attention to her nose. Now, her nose is smaller, smoother, more defined, and just blends with the rest of her face.
Rupture: The outside walls of implants can develop tears or holes. Ruptured saline implants leak quickly, and the body absorbs the saline fluid as the implant deflates. With silicone implants, the gel usually stays within the capsule of tissue around the implant and can’t be absorbed, but it’s possible for it to spread to other parts of the body. The FDA recommends MRI screenings for silicone implant ruptures three years after getting your implants and every two years after that—especially because most silicone implant ruptures are “silent,” meaning that they don’t present noticeable symptoms or changes to the breast’s appearance. (The brand Ideal Implant makes an implant that combines a silicone shell with saline filler to mitigate the risk of silent ruptures.)
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