Find out how Dr. Newman can perform revision surgery to produce a more balanced and beautiful facial aesthetic.
Rhinoplasty is a complex and difficult procedure after which some patients require a second operation to address cosmetic or functional problems. At Dr. Fredric Newman's practice in Fairfield County, CT, he is well-known in the field for his skill in performing revision rhinoplasty.
Patients undergo revision or secondary rhinoplasty if the first procedure results in cosmetic or functional problems that need to be improved or repaired. This corrective rhinoplasty procedure can be even more challenging and delicate than the primary rhinoplasty and requires a plastic surgeon with specialized knowledge of the operation.
Dr. Newman’s decades of experience, combined with his knowledge of the latest techniques and technological innovations, provide you with the perfect combination of expertise, care, and innovation. We call it “The Newman Difference.”
A great deal of effort is put into revision rhinoplasty at The Aesthetic Surgery Center in Fairfield County, CT. We encourage patients to carefully consider their options before committing to any cosmetic procedure. We will take the time to fully understand your goals and desires for your new nose.
Don’t give up: Many different things can be done if you have had one or more damaging or unsatisfactory rhinoplasty surgeries. Dr. Newman has operated on patients who have had as many as seven previous surgeries performed by less skilled surgeons.
Dr. Newman places a strong emphasis on maintaining the structural support of your nose, ensuring that function, as well as outward beauty, is maintained. He can expertly remove precise amounts of bone or cartilage, and he uses grafts to build up areas of the nose where previous surgeons made overcorrections.
Revision rhinoplasty is a very specialized surgery, so you will need to be sure your surgeon has the skill and experience necessary to produce a beautiful outcome. In fact, because it is such an individualized operation, it can be argued that it is the most difficult cosmetic surgery procedure to perform well.
Dr. Newman is a Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon and has been practicing for over 30 years. He graduated from Yale University and then trained in general surgery at Harvard University. Dr. Newman then trained in plastic surgery at NYU, which was then and still is recognized as the top plastic surgery training in the country. In addition, he has held teaching appointments at some of the most prominent medical centers in the country and is a member of the most prestigious professional medical organizations.
Dr. Newman is often specifically sought out to do revision rhinoplasty. This is a delicate process because it repairs the work of a prior surgery. To better see Dr. Newman’s talent in performing revision rhinoplasty, view before and after photographs of his plastic surgery patients.
Many patients choose to undergo their initial rhinoplasty because they feel their noses are too broad, crooked, long, or pointy or that they have distractingly large humps or bulbous tips. Some other cosmetic issues or mistakes that might cause a patient to request revision rhinoplasty include:
Removal of too much tissue from the nasal tip can result in a collapsed appearance of the nostril and tip of the nose.
If the previous rhinoplasty surgeon failed to perform the same technique on both sides of the nose, it could result in an unbalanced appearance.
This could be due to failure to address a deviated septum or overcorrecting and narrowing the nose to the extent that the sidewall collapses inward.
Noticeable bumps and dips may remain if not enough or too much cartilage was removed. This requires revision to smooth the nasal bridge.
The formation of scar tissue can result after rhinoplasty. If this occurs, it can affect overall aesthetics and asymmetry, resulting in the need for revision.
Over or under-correction can result in a nose that appears too thick or thin. In these cases, we can refine the nose by reducing it or using grafting material.
The size and proportions of the nose play a huge role in facial aesthetics, but these features are also inextricably linked to the nose’s function.
Thus, in certain cases, the damage from previous nasal surgery may not be purely cosmetic, they may cause functional issues. These impediments can be physically and emotionally traumatic for the patient, hindering their self-esteem, social life, and physical activities. Some of the complications that could make reconstructive surgery and rhinoplasty techniques necessary include:
At our Fairfield County practice, plastic surgeon Fredric Newman can address problems caused by a previous nose job by:
Filing down bumps, narrowing the width of the bridge, refining the tip, and bringing down the size of the nostrils are all examples of techniques that can be performed to address areas that were under-corrected during a previous surgery.
If a previous surgery resulted in excess removal or twisting of supporting bone and cartilage, we will replace any missing structure and reposition cartilage to improve the size and shape of the nose. We can augment areas that are too concave or small with implants or donor tissue from another site on the patient’s body.
If a buildup of scar tissue occurs after a nose job, we can remove the excess scar tissue and refine to results of your procedure to produce an improved outcome. This can result in improved symmetry, a smoother bridge, and a more attractive nasal tip.
This patient finally experienced beautiful results and good nasal function after undergoing secondary rhinoplasty with Dr. Fredric Newman at The Aesthetic Surgery Center in Fairfield County, CT.View Rhinoplasty Photo Gallery
“Amazing experience with Dr. Newman and staff. Very simple straightforward pre-op, and surgery ran smoothly. Dr. Newman is thoughtful and caring, and is clearly one of the best rhinoplasty surgeons out there. I did a lot of research leading up to making the choice and I would highly recommend him.”
— Maria Centeio | 2020VIEW ON GOOGLE
“I recently had a Rhinoplasty procedure performed by Dr Newman. He is an outstanding surgeon and his support staff is an elite group of medical professionals. Although they say results are gradually apparent over an extended period of time, I have been ecstatic with my obvious results from my first post operative day. Dr Newman is not just one of the best surgeons, in my opinion he is THE BEST. His credentials are exceptional, he is kind and caring and provides a level of care that supersedes medical professionals of his stature.”
—Renee Powers | 2021VIEW ON GOOGLE
“This rhinoplasty was hands down the best decision I’ve ever made. I now feel more confident. I’m always excited to see changes every month. My results just keep getting better and better! I got exactly what I wanted..a completely natural look! Forever thankful!”VIEW ON GOOGLE
“Beginning to end, Dr. Newman and his staff were knowledgeable, informative and comforting. Dr. Newman demonstrated genuine concern for what I wanted to address in my appearance and performed my rhinoplasty to fit my desires. I’ve received numerous compliments and my nose still remains natural looking. Thank you so much to this great practice!”
— Alanna MieleVIEW ON GOOGLE
While the majority of rhinoplasty candidates experience satisfying results and report improved self-confidence and body image from their primary rhinoplasty, some patients experience ongoing cosmetic and functional issues. Rhinoplasty surgeon Fredric Newman's education, training, experience, and beautiful outcomes illustrate his skill and ability in this area of plastic surgery. To schedule a consultation at our plastic surgery practice in Fairfield County, CT, contact us online or call us at: (203) 656-9999
Dr. Fredric Newman's extensive training and experience in plastic surgery began at Yale College, and he completed his general surgical training at Harvard Medical School. He has performed thousands of procedures during his career and is affiliated with a number of top-tier universities and professional associations, including:
Dr. Newman and his team will continue to provide safe, comfortable, world-class care thanks to their private, free-standing surgical facility. We are here to help you get answers to your questions, plan appointments safely and securely, and eliminate wait times. Consultation over video chat and Skype are available. Schedule your consult today.
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