The most important thing is to make sure you have a perfectly clear idea of what nose you want, and be 100% specific when discussing with the surgeon. Don't ever use ambiguous words like "just a bit sharper, a bit higher". They can mean different things to different people.Loukoum wrote: Through 8 months ? wow. What are you talking about if it's no too intrusive ? Now, I don't even know what kind of questions I could ask to him after 2 emails ^^'. I know that's my job, and quesions are for me and can be personnal, but could you suggest me just a few important and general questions ? I know that I miss and forget important things but what .. that's the question ..
I certainly have to re read all that 63 pages again..
Seems like a common sense thing to do, but a lot of people don't have a clear idea of what they want, and expect the surgeon to have psychic powers to envision what the patient's ideal nose is.
If possible, PRINT out quality pics. Don't just rely on the puny handphone screen and expect the surgeon to make out what the nose looks like. Best if you can print out your own profile, 3/4 pics too, so the surgeon can draw on your photo to illustrate what he's gonna do even better.