Rhinoplasty is a technically difficult and complex surgical procedure. The nose’s shape is determined by one’s bone, cartilage and skin. When a nose is surgically altered, the resulting appearance can also be altered by the healing process. A defect in the healing process or failure to recognize the intricate interrelationship between the structures of the nose can produce a less-than-optimal result. Attention to detail and proportion are critical in achieving the best result with rhinoplasty. Likewise, close monitoring and appropriate intervention with the healing process are critical.
If you have had a suboptimal result with rhinoplasty, you may be frustrated and upset that your expectations were not met regarding your appearance or function. Depending on your goals, you may benefit from a secondary or revision rhinoplasty. When contemplating your options, it is important to find a surgeon you trust and who understands your targeted result. Just as critical is the experience and expertise of the surgeon performing revision rhinoplasty.
Dr. Branham and Dr. Chi are revision rhinoplasty experts: correcting or revising surgeries in which previous procedures have not met expectations or have compromised nasal function. We are experienced in managing difficult nasal surgical cases, both cosmetic and reconstructive, and can help address your concerns.
We take the time to understand your goals and address your concerns. Call today for your comprehensive consultation.