Rhinoplasty is one of the most common surgeries done for the nose. It can be done on both the upper and lower parts of the nose and is not limited to correcting a deviated nose. Some patients may request a revision rhinoplasty to correct a deviated septum.
A revision rhinoplasty is considered when the nose job has changed the shape of the nose so that the nose now looks different than it did before surgery. For some patients, the change is subtle but for others, they may have their nose altered drastically. If the new appearance is not satisfactory to the patient, they may ask for a revision rhinoplasty.
The changes that can be made to the nose can be quite dramatic, such as the addition of a nasal tip or the reduction of the tip of the nose. Some patients may have a nose tip that appears larger than they originally did. If this is the case, they may request a revision rhinoplasty to add width to their nose, or to decrease the appearance of their nose tip.
In some cases, the patient may have a nose job done to enhance a part of the nose. In these cases, the nose job may be a result of an accident that has damaged the nose. In this case, the nose job is often done to compensate for the nose that was broken.
Another reason why a patient may want a revision rhinoplasty is because the patient’s nose is too big or too small. This may be caused by a deviated septum, which causes a nasal bridge. In this case, the patient will be required to have a surgery to add length to the nasal bridge and reduce the size of the nose. The revision rhinoplasty can also be performed to correct a narrowing of the nasal passage.
Rhinoplasty is a cosmetic procedure, and it is often done to help patients improve the way that their nose looks. This cosmetic surgery may also be done to correct deformities that are apparent when a patient is born with the nose that he or she has now. If a patient is dissatisfied with the appearance of the nose that he or she has, they may consider having a revision rhinoplasty performed to correct the problems that are affecting their nose.
When considering a surgery, it is important that patients understand the risks involved with having a nose job. This is because many of the side effects that patients experience with surgery can be quite serious and even life-threatening. It is also important that patients understand that there may be risks to having a rhinoplasty performed as well.
A revision rhinoplasty can be a lifesaver for many patients that want a different appearance for their nose. If a patient is considering this surgery, they may want to know the reasons why it may be the best option for them.