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1 hr 30 mins
1 week after
Return to daily activities
after stitch removal
Revision rhinoplasty aims to revise and improve the defects created
from the previous surgery.
Revision surgery is much more complicated and difficult than the initial one.
Therefore,it requires extremely meticulous expertise from the surgeon.
Have crooked nose
Have silicone projection / visible implants
Have redness on the nasal bridge and tip
of the implant
Pre-existing implant is removed and re-shaped to suit the patient’s nasal slope.
The insertion area is re-adjusted as well so that the new implant
could be properly fixated.
Movement of the implantCAUSE
Implant is relocated and fixated on the proper area (below the periosteum)
in order to prevent further movements.
Nasal tip deformation due
Initial implant located on the nasal tip is removed, and the tip is re-shaped and
raised by using autologous tissues such as cartilage, dermis etc.
Contracture can be improved through the use of septal cartilage or donor rib
cartilage. The scar tissues must be alleviated before reshaping the tip cartilage
into its original shape and size.The shape of the nose tip is raised again with septal or donor rib cartilage.
REVISION METHOD Initial implant is removed and exchanged into a customized implant that suits the patients. In the case where the patient has sufficient bridge, implant augmentation may not be necessary. Simple procedure which gathers the nasal bridge can give off a natural look.
Implant projection due to
narrow nasal bridge /
In the case of narrow implant, initial implant is removed and exchanged into a customized
implant that suits the patient. The ideal width of the implant is 10mm for women, and
13mm for men. In the case of implant projection due to thin skin, silicone is wrapped with
autologous dermis/fascia before being augmented again.
Under-projected nasal tipCAUSE
REVISION METHOD The nasal tip is supported and strengthened with septal cartilage.