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Revision Rhinoplasty Results

By dsherris on April 19, 2018


Revision rhinoplasty resultsPatients may choose to undergo a secondary, or revision, rhinoplasty for a number of reasons. They may feel that the previous surgeon did not listen to their concerns or achieve the results they desired. Or they may have experienced complications after surgery, such as the development of excess scar tissue. In some cases, patients sustain a nose injury that results in the need for additional treatment.

At The Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. David Sherris specializes in revision rhinoplasty, one of the more technically advanced procedures performed by plastic surgeons. Read on to view the revision rhinoplasty results that Dr. Sherris has achieved for our patients, and then contact our Buffalo, NY practice to schedule your revision rhinoplasty consultation at our practice.

Revision Rhinoplasty Before and After Photos

Male Revision Rhinoplasty Patient

Male revision rhinoplasty patient

This patient underwent revision rhinoplasty for a nasal obstruction.

The procedure also improved the appearance of the nose:

  • The bridge has been smoothed out
  • The tip has been refined
  • Overall, the nose looks more sculpted

This patient experienced improved breathing and aesthetics after his revision rhinoplasty procedure.

Female Revision Rhinoplasty Patient

Female patient that underwent revision rhinoplasty

This patient underwent revision rhinoplasty procedure to improve the appearance of the tip of the nose.

The procedure improved the overall aesthetics of the nose:

  • The slope of the bridge is straighter
  • It eliminated the appearance of the hump where the bridge meets the tip of the nose
  • The tip looks more refined

In this case, revision rhinoplasty improved both the frontal and profile view for the patient.

Improving Your Revision Rhinoplasty Results

When it comes to revision rhinoplasty, there are a number of things that patients can do to improve the results of surgery.

First, patients should choose a skilled surgeon to perform revision rhinoplasty. The revision procedure tends to be more complex than primary rhinoplasty. Factors such as scar tissue and graft materials make the procedure more complicated. Surgeons may need to correct problems from the previous surgery, and produce a result that patients are satisfied with.

Dr. Sherris specializes in advanced revision rhinoplasty and is a recognized expert in the field. He is published in revision rhinoplasty techniques, and teaches other physicians how to perform the procedure.

In addition to choosing a skilled surgeon, patients should follow aftercare instructions to reduce the risk of complications. Patients should avoid touching the nose, not smoke, and prevent any type of nasal injury during the healing period to prevent problems such as infection and poor wound healing.

Dr. Sherris will provide you with a comprehensive list of post-surgical instructions following your revision rhinoplasty procedure.

When Are Final Results Visible?

Patients should expect to take at least one to two weeks off of work to recover after revision rhinoplasty. While most side effects dissipate for the most part within two to three weeks, the full results of surgery take months.  Noses look great right after surgery as they have been cosmetically changed. Most of the swelling will subside within the first 3 months but complete healing takes a full year from surgery. Residual swelling will take up to a year to resolve.

Revision Rhinoplasty Success Rates

Revision rhinoplasty is a successful procedure when patients choose a skilled surgeon and follow all post-surgical instructions. Dr. Sherris’ patients are satisfied with the outcome of their revision rhinoplasty results.

To schedule your revision rhinoplasty consultation, contact The Clinic of Facial Plastic Surgery today.

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