Revision rhinoplasty recommendation
At 7 weeks it is too early to expect the "final" result. However, during this time it is important to followup with your surgeon to monitor the nose for changes and address any concerns that arise. If you feel at some point that your concerns are not being addressed, then that would be the time to seek a second opinion. Hope this helps and best of luck.
Dear madam, Can't make a comment or recommendation without pictures. Please submit before and after front and lateral view pictures and I will be happy to opine. All the best, Dr Widder
Should same surgeon be used for revision rhinoplasty?
First of all, seven weeks after a rhinoplasty is much too soon to judge any results. There would still be expected swelling present at this time and the healing process would not be completed. You really should wait 6-12 months to be able to get a better idea of what your nose will look like. Second, if you did want to have a revision at some point, it is usually always best to return to the surgeon who performed the prior surgery. Your surgeon will have the most information and knowledge about your particular procedure so is normally the best qualified to perform a revision. If for some reason you are not comfortable returning to the same surgeon, then you could consult with another surgeon.