Management Of Post-implant Nasal Infections?
Can nasal infections improve themselves? Or does the implant need to be removed? The problem is that the nose is not swollen, there is only a small red pimple in the form of a small circle above the nose, just like a pimple. Is that an infection?
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Nasal infections can be an infection on the inside or outside. Where the extraordinary part happened
Folliculitis or infection in the outer skin area that will appear small reddish spots, can be accompanied by pain
Blackheads are blockages in the pore that can be white or black lumps
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Osteomyelitis is an inflammatory condition in the bone that can occur if there is a previous open wound or post surgery
vestibulitis, namely inflammation of the nasal cavity region, usually the nose will be painful, especially if held in the nose.
Rhintis where inflammation is usually accompanied by sneezing, sneezing, runny nose.
To ensure that what happens to you, you should check with your doctor, especially the doctor who installed the implant. Where this is so that he can see the current condition compared to the previous condition. If there is very severe pain, a high fever should immediately check yourself
Some important things to do are
Keep gauze and cover clean
Prevent damp on the wound area
Avoid inserting objects into your nose or picking your nose with dirty fingers
If itchy nose should be rubbed gently with clean hands
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