An illustration that shows the different ways the shape of the nose changes with surgery

Revision Rhinoplasty

Unexpected Results

Rhinoplasty, commonly known as a “nose job”, is a technically difficult and complex surgical procedure. Revision rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that revises or corrects a previous surgery.

Each person’s bone, cartilage and skin determines the shape of his or her nose. When someone surgically alters a nose, the healing process also affects the final appearance. A flaw in the healing process or failure to recognize the complex relationship between the different structures of the nose can leave some with a result they are unhappy with.

With rhinoplasty, a physician’s attention to detail and proportion are critical in achieving the best result. Also, close monitoring and appropriate intervention with the healing process is critical.

A Chance to Correct

If you are not happy with the result of a rhinoplasty, you may feel frustrated and upset that your expectations were not met. Depending on your goals, you may benefit from a secondary or revision rhinoplasty. When you consider your options, it is important to find a surgeon you trust and who understands your targeted result. It is also critical that your surgeon has the experience and expertise of rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty.

Trustworthy and Knowledgeable Specialists

Dr. Gregory Branham and Dr. John Chi are trusted revision rhinoplasty experts. Each has extensive experience correcting or revising surgeries in which previous procedures have not met expectations or have compromised nasal function.

These specialists expertly manage difficult cosmetic and reconstructive surgical cases, and we can help address your concerns. We take the time to truly understand your goals and address your concerns.

For 314-996-3880 for more information or to schedule your thorough consultation.