Weber Facial Plastic Surgery proudly offers the best in revision rhinoplasty (also known as secondary rhinoplasty) for patients in the Denver, Colorado area. Dr. Weber, a board-certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, is a trusted authority in all areas of cosmetic surgery including both rhinoplasty (also known as a nose job) and revision rhinoplasty.
Where are revision rhinoplasty procedures performed?
The rhinoplasty revision procedure may be performed in an office surgical suite, or in an outpatient surgical center. Anesthesia may be local with oral sedation, or general anesthesia may be required. In general, minor refinements can be performed in an office procedure suite with oral sedation medication while more complete revisions are performed under general anesthesia in an accredited surgery center.
Why does revision rhinoplasty recovery take so long?
The revision procedure generally requires more healing time than the initial surgery because it is often more complex to overcome issues caused by the prior procedure. In addition, the nose already contains existing scar tissue, which can make healing proceed more slowly.
Can revision rhinoplasty correct nasal deformities?
Dr. Weber will address any structural deformity, clear away previous scar tissue and reshape the nose as close as possible to what you had originally planned, while avoiding any potential complications.
Can the doctor use the original incision sites?
Whenever possible, Dr. Weber will follow the original incision patterns to reduce the chances of additional scarring, unless there is a reason he needs to approach it differently.
Is there a way I can see what my nose is likely to look life after revision rhinoplasty?
Yes. Dr. Weber uses a sophisticated imaging system, which can give you a preview of what to expect. It is important to note that his is not a guarantee of results but a communication tool that allows you and Dr. Weber to agree on the goal result for your procedure.
What are the risks of revision rhinoplasty treatment?
While rhinoplasty revision procedures are overall very safe, there is always some risk associated with surgery. Rhinoplasty revision risks may include:
- Complications from anesthesia
- Infections at the site or within the sinus areas
- Skin or tissue loss
- Contour or skin irregularities
- Difficulty healing and or unwanted scarring
- Dissatisfaction with the results
- Difficulty breathing or nasal drainage and others
Is Dr. Weber a veteran of revision rhinoplasty?
At Weber Facial Plastic Surgery, we understand that having to undergo a corrective procedure can be emotionally and financially challenging. If you are having issues with breathing or feel unsatisfied with your previous results, we can help.
Dr. Weber routinely performs revision rhinoplasty procedures to correct deformities and other imperfections caused by a previous rhinoplasty procedure. This requires thoughtful refinement of both the shape and contour of the nose to address any underlying structural issues.
Dr. Weber is fellowship trained and double board certified in Facial Plastic Surgery. He is routinely sought out to perform complex rhinoplasty revisions because he has the advanced training and experience required to handle even difficult rhinoplasty-revisions. He has been recognized as a “Top Rhinoplasty Doctor” by RealSelf.com.
If you or a loved one is in need of exceptional rhinoplasty revision care, and you live or work in the Denver, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Englewood, Centennial, Fort Collins, Aurora, Colorado Springs, or Boulder, Colorado areas, and would like to know more about rhinoplasty revision, please call 303-792-2224 or use our convenient contact form. We are here to help you achieve your best possible results when you are ready to move forward and fix your nose.