Practical experience in remedial surgery ( Revision Rhinoplasty ) for cases where the outcome of the initial rhinoplasty surgery is not so perfect. There are several reasons why patients seek an assistive rhinoplasty system. In certain cases, the initial technique may not have completely replaced the unwanted components of the nose.
In different circumstances, starting rhinoplasty ( nose job ) may indeed have introduced some undesirable components. Some of the more basic foundations for revision rhinoplasty,
- A persistent bump
- Bone and cartilage abnormality or asymmetry
- Nasal tip asymmetry
- Tip clamping and wrinkling
- Too many nostrils or tip deformities.
Dr. Ozge Ergun has significant time and a global client base in complex modification rhinoplasty methods. If you have had rhinoplasty and have problems with breathing or the external shape of your nose, ask whether you are a candidate for this procedure. Talking to Dr. Ozge Ergun may help. In revision rhinoplasty, a small change to the right area on a regular basis can have a significant impact on the overall appearance of the nose. Although open rhinoplasty is generally applied in revision rhinoplasty, closed rhinoplasty can also be performed in some cases. In revision rhinoplasty ( nose job ), the operation is performed under general anesthesia. Since the nose is located in the middle of the face, it also has an important place in facial plastic surgery.
Alternate rhinoplasty normally requires careful parity in rooting and incorporating the nasal ligament (associative) to achieve the coveted result. In many cases, the ligament required for union can normally be taken from the septum from the nose itself. At the point where the septal ligament is absent or currently in use, the ligament may be collected behind the ear or at the rib.