Revision Nose Surgery Offers Hope for Unhappy Rhinoplasty Patients
By Dr. Fredric Newman on August 29, 2013
You have recently undergone a rhinoplasty, and the results are nothing like what you expected--now what? Dr. Fredric Newman has helped numerous patients in this exact situation. If youre unhappy with how a rhinoplasty has reshaped your nose, there is still hope! Dr. Newman, a board-certified plastic surgeon, has had extensive training and experience with the revision rhinoplasty procedure and wants people to know they dont need to live with a failed nose job.
To undergo a revision rhinoplasty, you must meet a few requirements. Dr. Newman stresses that, above all, you must have realistic expectations. He can, more often than not, improve on a patients rhinoplasty results, but with the added scar tissue, the procedure is much more complicated. Patients interested in a revision rhinoplasty must wait a year after their initial nose surgery to be eligible.
Dr. Newman sees numerous patients each year who want to correct a past rhinoplasty. As a result, he cautions anyone considering the surgery to find a board-certified plastic surgeon who is experienced in revisions. Stay tuned for our next blog post to find out more about this complex procedure!
If you would like to learn more about the procedure and how Dr. Newman can help you, please schedule a consultation today!
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