Rhinoplasty Revision – septal/ ear cartilage grafting
Rhinoplasty is a complex surgical procedure that aims to improve the aesthetic and functional aspects of the nose. Unfortunately, sometimes the initial rhinoplasty surgery may not have been performed correctly, resulting in complications such as nasal valve collapse and pollybeak deformity. In such cases, revision rhinoplasty may be necessary to correct these issues.
Pollybeak deformity is another complication of rhinoplasty surgery that can result in a “beak-like” appearance of the nose. This deformity occurs when there is excess cartilage in the middle part of the nose, creating a bump or hump. Revision rhinoplasty can be used to correct this issue by removing the excess cartilage and reshaping the nose.
Nasal valve collapse is a common complication of rhinoplasty surgery that can result in breathing difficulties. This condition occurs when the nasal valve, which controls airflow through the nose, becomes weak or narrow. Revision rhinoplasty can be used to correct this issue by strengthening the nasal valve using septal or ear cartilage grafting.
If you have undergone rhinoplasty surgery outside of the USA and are experiencing complications such as nasal valve collapse or pollybeak deformity, revision rhinoplasty may be necessary to correct these issues. Revision rhinoplasty is a specialized procedure that requires the expertise of a skilled and experienced surgeon.
If you are considering revision rhinoplasty for nasal valve collapse or pollybeak deformity, contact Manhattan Rhinoplasty today to learn more about your options. Expert team has years of experience performing complez rhinoplasties and can help you achieve the beautiful, natural-looking results you deserve.