Revision Rhinoplasty is a procedure for correcting prior surgery on the nose. Other terminologies for this procedure include; a secondary nose job or secondary rhinoplasty. There are a number of reasons you may want a revision including:
- Not fully anticipating how changes to the nose shape or size will impact the total facial appearance
- A need for further refinement or correction of functional aspects (Septoplasty procedures).
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Revision nose surgery can range from a procedure to remove residual excess bone or cartilage in the nasal bridge to a more complex surgery. All Rhinoplasty procedures are highly complex; but Revision Rhinoplasty procedures are particularly challenging.
Some Revision Surgery may involve an extremely complex overhaul of the entire nose, potentially involving augmentation or complex reconstruction.
Patients who may have experienced excess tissue removal in prior Surgeries may have been left with a deformity. Revision in these cases requires an extremely experienced Plastic Surgeon with precision skills and expertise in complex procedures.