What to Consider Before NY Revision Rhinoplasty
Revision rhinoplasty is the equivalent of a “do-over.” A life-changer for anyone who has had a bad nose job and thought they were doomed to a life of embarrassment and misery, revision rhinoplasty can repair the unfortunate results of a poorly-performed rhinoplasty procedure and reshape the patient’s nose so that it has a pleasing appearance and the patient’s face is properly balanced. Revision rhinoplasty can also correct breathing problems that can result when rhinoplasty procedures go wrong.
The key to successful revision rhinoplasty (and rhinoplasty itself) is the Manhattan facial plastic surgeon you select to perform the revision procedure.
The human nose is a highly complex organ that packs an abundance of tissue, blood vessels, nerve ending and cartilage into a very small area. Rhinoplasty surgeons have an extremely limited of space in which they must work their miracles. Previous rhinoplasty surgery can severely limit the options available to the facial plastic surgeon that performs the corrective surgery.
Revision rhinoplasty is not a simple matter of “undoing” the work done by another surgeon. In many cases, the damage to the nose may be extensive or excessive scar tissue may present considerable obstacles to successful repair. Often, the facial plastic surgeon must use grafts or implants to recreate a portion of the patient’s nose structure so that the patient’s nose can be successfully reshaped.
Revision rhinoplasty is considered the most difficult and exacting facial plastic surgery procedure. If you are considering revision rhinoplasty, it is crucial to the success of your procedure and your satisfaction with the results that you select a NY facial plastic surgeon like Dr. Edward Kwak who is highly-qualified and highly-experienced specifically in the performance of revision rhinoplasty.