Nose Job in Mexico City

The Ultimate Guide to Nose Job in Mexico City

Last fact-checked: 4 December 2020

Have you always felt insecure about how your nose looks and thought about getting a nose job? In Mexico City, the prices are substantially more affordable than at home—and with Medical Departures, you can find a quality-checked surgeon with the right expertise and qualifications to carry out a successful rhinoplasty. 

Why Consider Nose Job Surgery in Mexico City?

A nose job is a cosmetic procedure that changes the shape of the nose. The procedure is invasive but, depending on what kind of procedure you need, the surgeon may be able to make incisions on the inside of the nose so there is no visible scarring.

People in the US and Canada who want this procedure may find that traveling to Mexico City works out to be more affordable, without compromising on quality. Regular, inexpensive flights on discount airlines make it an easy-to-reach location, with clinics here charging around one-third of the price back home. Doctors in Mexico City's best clinics have often been trained in the US or the EU so they are highly qualified and speak English.

Mexico has long been a popular destination for Americans and Canadians, in particular, those looking for affordable healthcare. While medical tourism here isn’t a recent phenomenon, it is now much more regulated and patients can find excellent quality facilities that conform to international health and safety regulations, rather than take a chance and hope things turn out for the best.

Booking with Medical Departures

The internet is a great tool to gain information when you know how to conduct your research. Medical Departures has made it our primary mission to connect our patients to reliable doctors and services. We only list facilities that have been checked for their qualifications, professional memberships, safety standards, and criminal records. We also take into account reviews of real patients and we pay onsite visits to clinics to ensure that we’d be happy to go there ourselves for treatment and service.

Who Is Suitable for a Nose Job?

Almost anyone can get a nose job and the procedure is common from late teens to retirees. The procedure is fairly simple, with minimal risks involved. Add to this the fact that the recovery time is minimal and there is no overnight stay required at the hospital, this cosmetic procedure is one of the world's most popular.

That said, you will need to be in good overall health and have realistic expectations. A consultation with a doctor or surgeon can confirm your suitability. 

What Is the Recovery Time?

Before deciding to go ahead with any surgery, it is important to understand what the recovery process will look like. After your nose job surgery, you will:

  • Need to wear a nasal splint for at least a week.
  • Experience some bruising and swelling around the eyes (although this usually goes away after three or four days). There will also be a little swelling on the nose during this time.
  • Need to avoid any kind of strenuous activity for two to three weeks in order to curb down the risk of damaging the sensitive tissues of your nose.

Within two weeks, your nose will be back to normal and there will be little to no signs that you recently had surgery. Doctors do advise to take care for at least six months as the nose is still settling into its new shape.

What Are the Risks?

As with any surgery—performed anywhere in the world—there are a few risks associated with getting a nose job:

  • The most common are numbness on the nose area and nose bleeds. These do not last long and can be expected to go away within a couple of weeks.
  • With certain types of reshaping surgery, there can be scarring at the bottom of the nose, but this is rare.
  • If the procedure involves more extensive work, it can result in the rupturing of small blood vessels on the surface of the skin. This can be easily rectified. 
  • The most severe risk is permanent damage to nerves around the nose area. This can result in a lack of feeling on the nose and is usually irreversible.

What Are the Types of Procedures for a Nose Job?

The procedure is essentially the same across the board, the only difference being in the type of reshaping performed on the nose. This includes removing a hump on the nose, straightening the bridge, reshaping the nose's tip, increasing or decreasing the size of the nostrils, or making the nose bigger or smaller.

As previously mentioned, the procedure can also differ in terms of where the incisions are made, such as inside the nose (closed rhinoplasty) or outside, along the strip of tissue connecting the nostrils (open rhinoplasty). 

Read more about what a nose job (rhinoplasty) surgery entails here

What Is the Cost of a Nose Job in Mexico City Compared to America and Canada?

The average cost of a nose job in Mexico City is around $3,300 (CAN $14,500, UK £2,300, EUR €2,900, AUS $4,600), compared to around $8,800 in the United States (CAN $12,000, UK 6,100, EUR €8,000, AUS $12,000).

Note: These are estimated figures at the time of writing. To see updated prices, as well as photos, surgeon profiles, patient reviews and location maps, check out these top-rated surgeons in Mexico City offering nose job surgery to international patients: 

What Now?

Check out our Mexico City nose job search results to see our quality-checked clinics. 

To book, see below for a range of convenient methods or call our toll-free number to speak to our Customer Care Team.  Or if you are ready to book your appointment, you can do so right here any time of the day or night, at no charge to you.

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International Organization for Standardization. Website accessed: 4 December 2020. https://www.iso.org/home.html

Cosmetic Surgery for the Nose. WebMD. Website accessed: 4 December 2020. https://www.webmd.com/beauty/cosmetic-procedures-nose-job-rhinoplasty

Holland, Mary; Lindeman, Scarlett. 25 Best Things to Do in Mexico City. Conde Nast Traveler. 7 January 2020. https://www.cntraveler.com/gallery/best-things-to-do-in-mexico-city