Anyone who has rhinoplasty expects wonderful things, and rightfully so; after all, rhinoplasties aren’t cheap or easy to go through. Unfortunately in rhinoplasty, things don’t always work out ideally. So, the two most common points that patients should be careful about are:
People who are unhappy with their previous rhinoplasty procedure opt for rhinoplasty procedure. But, most have realistic expectations are candidate for revision rhinoplasty. Whether the nose is too small, too large, or shaped improperly, a skilled rhinoplasty surgeon may be able to correct the problem. Outcomes from a secondary rhinoplasty (revision nose job) are usually unpredictable, but it is up to you and Dr. Doshi to determine what is reasonable and safe in your specific case.
As with any rhinoplasty procedure, the major focus of revision rhinoplasty is establishing facial harmony. Since nasal support decreases with each rhinoplasty procedure breathing function is of important concern in secondary rhinoplasty. Secondary rhinoplasty are always more difficult to perform than primary rhinoplasty in that the scaring has changed normal anatomical configuration.
One of the challenges in revision rhinoplasty is in finding adequate cartilage for the structures that have been weakened or removed by previous rhinoplasty. Dr. Doshi uses septal cartilage as the first choice. unfortunately, at times septal cartilage is missing in secondary nose jobs. In these cases Dr. Doshi will frequently use ear cartilage as a substitute.
We are highly specialized team for cosmetic surgery procedures It is essential that you choose a rhinoplasty specialist who has extensive training in nasal cosmetic and functional reconstructive surgery.
The following pictures represents before and after photographs of patients who underwent nasal surgery by Dr. Doshi. They are presented as examples of real people from various walks of life who chose to have plastic surgery.