Revision rhinoplasty in a previously operated nose that has been broken a few times is significantly difficult, so it's best to go to very experience rhinoplasty surgeon. If the nasal bones are too narrow, then reverse osteotomies with spreader grafts would be required to widen the nasal bridge. This involves re-breaking the nasal bones outwards. Only consider doing this if you're finished boxing. For many examples of broken noses repaired in our practice, please see the link below
Revision rhinoplasty can correct irregularities from previous surgery. Choose and experienced facial plastic surgeon who can demonstrate excellent results.
Thank you for the question. This is indeed a complicated problem. Once the bones have been reshaped and narrowed, the only way to make the nose wider is to re-break the bones. Often, cartilage grafts and other techniques are also required to stabilize the bones and improve the contour of the nose. I would recommend seeing a handful of rhinoplasty surgeons before making a decision about having the revision surgery.