This patient had a previous nose surgery by another surgeon, rhinoplasty was revised to improve additional breathing concerns, refine nose and lift the tip. 6 months post surgery
Cases in Rhinoplasty Revision
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Nasal implant done by another surgeon became infected, was removed and rhinoplasty was revised, 1 year post surgery
Revision Rhinoplasty, 4 months post surgery
Revision Rhinoplasty, 2 months post procedure
Revision Rhinoplasty by Dr. Scott Thompson
28 year- old female had nose and jaw surgery elsewhere in previous years. She presented with breathing and cosmetic concerns and received septorhinoplasty revision surgery with Dr. Thompson.
This patient underwent rhinoplasty many years ago and was left with a “pollybeak” deformity, or an abnormal bump immediately above her nasal tip. This complication results when the nasal tip is inadequately supported following rhinoplasty surgery. Dr. Thompson recommended revision rhinoplasty with support of the nasal tip and widening of the patient’s nasal airway. Following …
This patient underwent aggressive reduction rhinoplasty and was left with a very small nose through which she was unable to breath, significant tip asymmetry, an over-rotated nose (points upward excessively), collapse of the nasal valves, an unnaturally lowered nasal bridge (“saddle nose deformity”), and a nose that no longer matched her face and tall frame. …
Following nasal surgery many years ago, this patient was left with collapsed (pinched) nostrils, a convex nose, and a drooping tip. The collapsed nostrils detract from the definition of the tip. Following surgery, a more natural transition from the tip to the nostrils is apparent, the nasal profile is straight and strong, and most importantly, …