What would need to be done in revision rhinoplasty to get a more attractive result? (Photo)
Doctor Answers (5)
Revision rhinoplasty to narrow a wide nose
Revision rhinoplasty to improve results
- For the profile view, you can do a combination of bringing the tip back a couple of millimeters and then raising the bridge a millimeter or two for balance (raising the bridge will also make it look more narrow)
- On frontal view, you can narrow the tip and reset the nasal bones closer together for the look you want
- There are some great surgeons in Dallas, check out RealSelf for doctors with great reviews and before and after pictures (Dr Spencer Cochran is a very skilled and thoughtful surgeon in Dallas)
- See a rhinoplasty specialist whose main work is rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty
Revision rhinoplasty for more attractive result?
1) Wide nasal bones - Osteotomies can be performed to bring the bones in.
2) Tip symmetry - the tip can be made more symmetric. Keep in mind that we all have asymmetry to some degree
3) Refine the profile - autologous tissue and cartilage can be used to enhance the profile view.
When looking for a revision surgeon, it is important to consider the following:
2) Board certification
3) A good amount of before and after photos showcasing the surgeon's work
4) Great patient testimonials
5) An informative website
6) Experience performing revisions
I hope this information helps, and I wish you the best of luck.
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Dr. Jose Barrera
Revision Rhinoplasty for more attractive result
You appear to have a reasonable result based on these limited photos. Furthermore, your preoperative photos would help in determining what further refinement is possible. Only in person evaluation can answer your question completely. An experienced and talented Rhinoplasty surgeon can improve some of the nasal features that you identified.
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