Q: Can revision rhinoplasty be more difficult than the initial surgery?


  • Revision rhinoplasty, also known as secondary rhinoplasty, can be more complex and technically demanding than primary (initial) rhinoplasty. The initial surgery may have left behind scar tissue or other structural changes that can make the revision surgery more challenging. Additionally, the patient’s goals and expectations for the revision surgery may be more specific and difficult to achieve.
  • During revision rhinoplasty, the surgeon may need to address issues such as asymmetry, over- or under-correction of the nose shape, breathing problems, and dissatisfaction with the appearance of the nose. These issues may require more extensive surgical techniques and a greater level of precision and skill to correct.
  • For these reasons, it is important to choose a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon who has a significant experience and a high success rate in performing revision rhinoplasty. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action for your specific case. Additionally, it’s important to have realistic expectations for the outcome of revision rhinoplasty and to understand that the results may not be as predictable or dramatic as those of primary rhinoplasty.

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