Will smoking affect my recovery after Sinus Surgery?

Smoking adversely affects your recovery. If you smoke, you may develop pneumonia and treated areas won’t heal as well or may become infected. The blood vessels that supply oxygen and nutrients to the tissues shrink up and prevent the necessary healing of the area. Patients must stop smoking for a minimum of two weeks before surgery to decrease the risk of these complications and must continue to not smoke after the procedure.

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