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What is Secondary Rhinoplasty?

Secondary Rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure that further corrects or improves the results of a previous rhinoplasty. This is your second chance at a nose job. If you have had Rhinoplasty before and are not happy, secondary Rhinoplasty can make adjustments. It is a surgical fix for issues like looks and breathing that the first operation did not get right.

Why Choose Secondary Rhinoplasty?

  • Unsatisfactory Results: A secondary procedure can refine the outcomes if your initial Rhinoplasty did not meet your expectations.
  • Breathing Difficulties: A secondary rhinoplasty can rectify the issue if the first surgery leads to functional problems like restricted airflow.
  • Structural Problems: If you notice shifts or imperfections in the nasal structure over time, secondary Rhinoplasty offers a corrective pathway.
  • Fine-tuning: For those seeking a more defined and flawless result, secondary this can provide the finishing touches.

The Secondary Rhinoplasty Procedure

  1. Pre-Surgical Consultation: The first step includes meeting the surgeon for an evaluation of your nasal structure. During this session, the surgeon will describe the scope of achievable results and work with you on a surgical strategy to meet your objectives.
  2. Anaesthesia: To maximise comfort and minimise distress, general anaesthesia is usually administered prior to the operation.
  3. Making the Incisions: The procedure can entail two incisions inside the nostrils for a closed rhinoplasty or across the columella for an open approach. The type chosen depends on the complexity of corrections needed and provides the surgeon access to the nose’s foundational framework.
  4. Structural Modifications: With the incisions as gateways, the surgeon will cautiously reshape the existing bone, cartilage, and tissue. Techniques like reduction, augmentation, or grafting will be employed to fulfil the aesthetic and functional goals set during your consultation.
  5. Closing Up: Upon achieving the desired modifications, the surgeon will close the incisions. Supportive elements like nasal splints will be used to aid the initial stages of recovery.
  6. Postoperative Protocol: Subsequent to the surgery, you will receive a comprehensive postoperative care guide. This includes medication recommendations, restrictions on physical activities, and a schedule for follow-up evaluations to monitor healing.

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