Multiple nasal surgeries
Revision rhinoplasty is usually more complicated than primary rhinoplasty surgery. There is not a specific number of surgeries which make the risks go significantly higher or outcomes be worse. The most important thing, as the other surgeons mentioned, is to find a surgeon who has experience with revision rhinoplasty and can explain, in detail, what they believe is possible for your specific case. The use of computer imaging is important so you are both on the same page and working to the same goal.
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Is 3rd Rhinoplasty Surgery OK?
It is appropriate for you to be cautious about a 3rd nasal procedure. However if you work with an experienced surgeon who specializes in revision surgery you should do well. Careful pre-op evaluation and planning will be critical for you to achieve the desired result.
Third rhinoplasty for crooked and broken nose
Since this is your third nasal surgery, its best to seek out a very experienced rhinoplasty surgeon for best results. The crooked nose is straightened with osteotomies of the nasal bones to straighten them and sometimes a cartilaginous spreader graft placed underneath the concave upper lateral cartilage. For many examples of crooked nose repair, please see the link below
Another revision rhinoplasty is possible
In general, it is possible to have another revision rhinoplasty.
However, revision rhinoplasty is one of the most challenging of all cosmetic
surgeries, and each time a rhinoplasty is done, it becomes increasingly
complex. Keep in mind that there are many factors involved, so your nose may
not turn out exactly the
way you want the third
time either. If you do decide to have another rhinoplasty done, it is essential to look for an
experienced revision rhinoplasty specialist who has a strong aesthetic sense
and the talent and experience to refine the nose as needed. Ask for before and
after photos of previous patients. And be sure to get a second or even third opinion.
3rd rhinoplasty procedure
Revision rhinoplasty should always be performed after extensive evaluation to make sure that you are a good candidate. Generally speaking, the skin tissue envelope, cartilages and nasal bone must be carefully evaluated to make sure that revision surgery can be performed. You also need to consider the expertise of your surgeon, as some plastic surgeons have more experience with revision surgery. Finally you need to make sure you have reasonable expectations about surgery. Overall, it sounds like you have had one external surgery and one internal surgery. If above mentioned factors are favorable, then there are no red flags in proceeding with surgery.