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Your first consultation

Your first step is to arrange a consultation at your nearest Transform Clinic. You’ll meet one of our surgical Patient Care Co-ordinators who will talk you through the process from start to finish, so you’ll know exactly what to expect. Our step-by-step guide gives you a quick overview of the journey from consultation to aftercare.

You’ll also find out more about where your cosmetic surgery procedure will take place. At Transform we have our own cosmetic surgery hospitals, so we can ensure you are always in our care.

You will be invited to a free consultation with an experienced nose surgeon. There is no obligation to go ahead so use this time to discuss why you’ve decided to have nose surgery and what you would like to achieve. Your surgeon will give you an honest and professional view of which procedure is best for you and what you can expect to achieve. You’ll be meeting with the surgeon who will perform your operation, so it’s a chance to ask any questions or talk through any worries, these might include:

  • What does the procedure involve for me?
  • What will I look and feel like after the operation?
  • Will people be able to tell I’ve had nose surgery?
  • How long should I take off work?
  • What could go wrong?
  • Sarah Hattley, 31
  • Sarah Hattley, 31

    Nose surgery

    “I’m a totally different person now, and the smile on my face says a lot.”


*Cosmetic surgery results and benefits can vary and are different for each individual. As such, Transform cannot guarantee specific results.

Here are a few things to remember in the run-up to your procedure:

  • Make sure you’ve booked your pre-operative screening consultation at the Transform Clinic. This is just to make sure you’re fit and healthy for your operation.
  • Many patients take a week or so off work to allow their bruising to settle so let your employer know.
  • You’ll need someone to drive you home from hospital, so ask a friend or family member in plenty of time.
  • Take a look at your Admission Sheet for tips on what to bring with you to the hospital. For rhinoplasty patients we recommend bringing front-fastening tops with you; tops that pull down over your face could dislodge your bandages.
  • Let us know if you’ve been unwell with a cold or infection before your operation as this could affect your reaction to the anaesthetic.
  • Please remove any nail varnish or body piercings before you come to hospital for hygiene reasons.

If you have any questions or need more advice, don’t hesitate to call your Transform hospital or your Patient Care Co-ordinator.

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