Can Your Septum Be Used for Grafting for a Revision if Its Slightly Deviated?
I just found out today from an ENT doctor that I have a slight to moderate deviated septum. I am looking into having a revision rhinoplasty because my primary rhinoplasty (2 years ago)caused a scooped out bridge and what looks like the side walls to collapse. Will I now need to have grafts taken from my rib and ear? Should I have the deviatd septum work done by a revision specialist since I have already had one rhinolpalsty? Can I have all this work done at the same time?