Rhinoplasty after revision

Revision rhinoplasties are required when further surgery on the nose may be needed to repair an incorrectly performed procedure, to correct a slight irregularity of a prior operation, or to conceal scars or marks left behind by a rhinoplasty www.michaelfozomd.com/.

The key factors to consider in revision rhinoplasty is:

1. What the nose is like now
2. What is a problem/irregularity/problem/issue that needs to address/be repaired?
3. How much scarring has been left behind from previous surgeries
4. The patient’s mental state. For example, are they a perfectionist who is not satisfied with the results, surgery junkies, or unbalanced psychologically in any way?
5. Is this problem fixable?

If all of these conditions are met, a woman who is dissatisfied with her initial rhinoplasty can request a second procedure from either the surgeon performing the primary surgery or a surgeon that specializes in revisional rhinoplasty. A surgeon specializing in revision surgery is well-trained in the field. You should ask any surgeon that offers to perform this type of work pertinent questions. Even though it is rare to find a nose that is completely beyond repair it is still important to look at the patient’s motives for multiple surgeries.

According to statistical analyses, revision rhinoplasty is required in 17% (or more) of the total primary rhinoplasty in the United States. But it’s important to remember that in many cases, a tiny bump or irregularity was the main reason for the revision. This is usually an office procedure done outpatient and for a relatively small fee. In most cases, extensive revisions are only needed if something has gone wrong. In rare cases, patients may have accidentally damaged the nose following surgery.

Although it’s rare, there are some patients who decide that the nose they had after rhinoplasty is too small. The problem was not with the physician performing the rhinoplasty but their own decision to request changes. In these situations, revisionary surgical surgeons can add tissues, spread the nasals a little, stretch cartilage and expand noses to better fit faces. There is no nose condition that cannot be corrected, repaired or even improved. Another instance of revision rhinoplasty is when patients want a certain look for their new nasal. They will bring a photograph of a famous celebrity or historical figure to their doctor and ask that he create a new nose similar to the one shown in the image. Even if computer imaging is not able to achieve the desired results, the patient still wants to look just as their favorite celebrity. Ofttimes, patients find that the final outcome does not suit them, and seek a trained rhinoplastic revision surgeon in order to get their nose back to “normal”. It is common for patients, as bizarre as it sounds, to receive exactly the result they wanted but then change minds.