6 months post-op, had an Open Septorhinoplasty, is this the sign of bad surgery? Can it be fixed? (photos)
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I am sorry to hear that you are unhappy with your results. It can take up to a year for your nose to fully heal. However, given your concerns, I think it would be wise to at least schedule a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon in your area who does a lot of rhinoplasty revision work to at least discuss your options.
Revision Rhinoplasty Considerations
Thanks for your post and photos. I am sorry that your primary rhinoplasty did not give you the results that you had hoped for or expected. Seek the opinion of a new, trusted and experienced Facial Plastic Surgeon for recommendations regarding revision surgery. Your concerns are valid and a revision rhinoplasty will be necessary, in my opinion, to correct your nose and improve your situation.
Its a little early
Been only 6 months post op, I think is too soon to see final results. Real results are seen almost up to 12 to 14 months after surgery. You should be much better on a couple of months. Dont think on a second surgery by now.
Dr Hernandez Pizzoglio
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