Is it possible to be reversing undesirable surgical changes to the nose?
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Reversing rhinoplasty changes
Timing of Revision Rhinoplasty, Reversing Undesirable Changes
Fortunately cartilage that has been added to the nose can always be removed. Corrective surgery is possible as long as the nasal skin remains healthy. Healthy skin has minimal scar tissue and a robust circulation. In your case, I would caution against acting too quickly. I would try to remain patient and give your nose sufficient time to heal and for the swelling to fully subside. Communicate with your surgeon. Inform them of your concerns and allow them to guide you as to the timing of any revision surgery. Seven weeks is not a long time for healing after Rhinoplasty. Best of luck.
Next time try to achieve an accurate communication with the surgeon.
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because of the elective nature of the surgery, the physician choice is very important, the proper qualifications, not the cheapest price, the interaction of the patient and physician personality, approach is very important.
this is a partnership between the physician and patient. Therefore the patient needs to communicate what they want and the physician has the obligation to tell the patient what procedure and what will be done . There might be various scenarios as t the possible procedure technique depending on the findings at surgery.
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