Yes, revision rhinoplasty, also known as secondary rhinoplasty, is a procedure that can be performed if a patient is not satisfied with the results of their initial surgery. The revision rhinoplasty may be more complex than the primary surgery because it involves correcting problems that may have arisen from the initial procedure. The revision rhinoplasty may be done to correct functional or aesthetic issues such as breathing difficulties, asymmetry, dissatisfaction with shape or size, or to correct complications that have arisen after the initial procedure. It’s important to note that revision rhinoplasty is typically more difficult than the initial surgery and requires an experienced surgeon who has a deep understanding of nasal anatomy and the ability to address the specific concerns and goals of each patient. It’s essential that patients have realistic expectations for the outcome of revision rhinoplasty and understand that it may not be possible to achieve the exact results they desire.