Correcting a Bad Nose Job
Because of its central position on the face, even the slightest imperfection of the nose can cause one to be self-conscious or feel unattractive. Rhinoplasty requires a highly experienced and trained facial plastic surgeon to be done correctly. Unfortunately, many people experience disheartening results from choosing a less qualified plastic surgeon for their nose job. As a result, a revision rhinoplasty is needed.
What is Revision Rhinoplasty?
The need for revision rhinoplasty is typically a result of either poor aesthetic results or compromised nasal function, but it can frequently include both. At Avance Plastic Surgery, we offer the skill-set and talent to properly address aesthetic and functional concerns from a previous nose job. We understand the delicate, complicated characteristics of the nose and what it takes to produce the most attractive, balanced results without compromising function. If the rhinoplasty was performed poorly or too aggressively, it can cause harsh nasal characteristics, unsightly facial disproportion and even nasal valve collapse. Nasal collapse can occur after removing a nasal hump. Revision rhinoplasty for nasal valve collapse involves rebuilding the central nose where the internal nasal valve has collapsed and restricted breathing.
Are you unhappy with the way your recent nose job turned out? You can trust Avance Plastic Surgery for an experienced revision rhinoplasty specialist who can correct a full range of unwanted rhinoplasty outcomes, including correction of the nasal tip, nostrils and size and shape of the nose. When it comes rhinoplasty and revision rhinoplasty, we create blended, natural-looking results for both men and women.
To learn more about your candidacy for revision rhinoplasty from a reputable Reno plastic surgeon, please call our office today to schedule a consultation.
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