Reason for High Demand for Revision Rhinoplasty?
Where does the problem usually go wrong in the first surgery? With computer imaging, I'd assume the doctor would be able to match the end result with the preoperative expectation before closing the patient up. Is it during the healing process where the aesthetic irregularities occur, or is it because the doctor made a mistake and decided to finish up before fixing it? Or do they not realize their mistake until after the surgery? Are the results difficult to predict for an alar wedge excision?