Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty

If you have had an operation on your nose for your health or for aesthetic purposes, and you have difficulty in breathing or if the cosmetic result has not been achieved for any reason, or if your nose has started to bend, tip, etc. over time and the final result does not make you happy, If you want to have an operation again, we call this situation revision, that is, correction surgery. There may be many different reasons for not achieving the desired cosmetic result as a result of rhinoplasty. In your first surgery, things do not proceed as desired, for example; Dozens of reasons such as excessive edema during the operation, abnormal bleeding, insufficient solid cartilage tissue from your nose, skin flexibility problems, and having an excessively thick or extremely thin skin structure may have caused the failure of your first surgery to achieve the desired success. In the postoperative period, the splint is not placed correctly or the splint slips, loosens, asymmetric pressure is applied to your nose, lying on the nose or lying on the same side during sleep, causing asymmetric edema, early blow to the nose, heavy smoking and alcohol consumption, chronic Conditions that negatively affect wound healing, such as diseases, may cause the final shape of your nose not to be as desired. Regardless of the reason, if you need to be operated again, 6-24 months should pass after the first surgery. Difficulty of revision operations; The fact that your nose has been touched before and the resulting reduced cartilage tissue residue is caused by subcutaneous adhesion and scar tissues and the existing anatomy being somehow deformed. During revision surgeries, it may be necessary to take additional cartilage tissue from your ear or rib. Acellular-irradiate cartilages produced for revision surgeries can also be used during surgery with patient consent. After a detailed physical examination, your surgeon can decide which cartilage to use or whether there is a need for any additional cartilage. Revision surgeries are a healing surgery, and seeking perfection may not always be the right approach. If you need a revision surgery, please contact us for detailed information.