How Many Rhinoplasty Surgeries Can One Person Have?

I had rhinoplasty 7 years a go & did a revision 1 year ago but my nose gets too short & its tip is too small & thin ,it seems crooked & wide I think it needs cartilage graft I want to know is it possible to correct it & how many rhinoplasty is possible ?

Doctor Answers (5)

How many?

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There is no absolute maximum number of rhinoplasties that you can get as long as the skin is healthy.  If you are still unhappy after multiple rhinoplasties you must consider a couple of possibilities:
1. Are your goals realistic
2. Are you choosing the best possible surgeon for your procedures

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Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Number of rhinoplasties

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With each subsequent rhinoplasty, the procedures becomes more difficult since the
anatomical alterations are greater. It is best to seek consultation with a surgeon who
has extensive experience in rhinoplasty revision surgery. Judgment is as important
as the actual technique.
 

Freehold Facial Plastic Surgeon

# of Revision Rhinoplasties

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I'm sorry you've had unsuccessful results. Each successive surgery is more difficult and risky. As long as you select a surgeon who is very experienced in revision rhinoplasty you should do well. Look at examples of that surgeon's revision work. 

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Rhinoplasty

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Find a Board Certified Plastic surgeon and have a consultation and options.

The more revisions the more difficult the surgery and more impossible to get good results

Baltimore Plastic Surgeon

Revision rhinoplasty

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Each time you have a revision rhinoplasty makes the tissues more difficult to handle. The skin gets thin, and the structural components can be difficult to handle.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

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