”The truth is as plain as the nose on your face”. The nose should be in harmony with your facial features, if its not, no matter what is its shape and size it will catch attention irrespective of beautiful expressive eyes and a bright smile on your face. Profound dissatisfaction with ones nose which is not in sync with the rest of the face can lead to negativity and affect emotional and psychological well being.
A few fast facts about Rhinoplasty commonly known as nose reshaping and nose job which one should know before opting for this surgery are as follows:
The length of the surgery is usually 1 – 3 hours.
It is done under local anesthesia and intravenous sedation or general anesthesia.
The length of stay at the hospital is usually 1 day.
The recovery period is 7-10 days after which the patient can go back to work.
External scars are absent in case of closed procedure.
Risk and complications are present but are quite unlikely to happen if you have chosen an experienced and rigorously trained surgeon.
To conclude would like to say that the skill and the aesthetic sense of a plastic surgeon is the key to achieve the desired results.
Ambala is a city and a municipal corporation in Ambala district in the state of Haryana, India, located on the border with the state of Punjab and in proximity of the state capital Chandigarh. Politically; Ambala has two sub-areas: Ambala Cantonment (Ambala Cantt) and Ambala City, approximately 3 kilometers apart, therefore it is also known as "Twin City". It has a large Indian Army and Indian Air Force presence within its cantonment area. Ambala separates the Ganges river network from the Indus river network and is surrounded by two rivers – Ghaggar and Tangri – to the north and to the south. Due to its geographical location, the Ambala district plays an important role in local tourism
Hanging of Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse
In November 1949 Mahatma Gandhi's assassin, Nathuram Godse was hanged at Ambala Central Jail along with Narayan Apte, a co-conspirator. Ambala Cantt is also mentioned in Kim (novel) by Rudyard Kipling.