Rhinoplasty Revision

Are you looking to get a Rhinoplasty Revision or Secondary Rhino in Fort Lauderdale?

Sometimes after a Rhinoplasty procedure, the results are not exactly what you had hoped when you look in the mirror. Maybe it’s a small bump on your nose that wasn’t removed as wanted, or the overall balance of this central feature on your face just isn’t right. No matter the skill of the surgeon that performed your Rhinoplasty, healing can affect the final results, and they might not be what you had initially hoped for…this is why Rhinoplasty Revision (or a Secondary Rhinoplasty) might be right for you.


You don’t have to live with the results of a first Rhinoplasty procedure that aren’t to your liking regardless of the reasoning: here at the South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery, we have top surgeons that specialize in Rhinoplasty Revision and will deliver the results you dreamed of. There are many factors to consider before performing this procedure, and we make sure that any and all scar tissue from the previous surgery (or surgeries) is factored in, as well as your nasal function. As with any revision surgery there are special considerations that will need to be taken into account, and our surgeons treat each patient on an individual case basis. Our surgeons work with patients to fully understand what they are trying to achieve and explain what is possible with your surgery to ensure we come to a mutually agreed upon expectation for your results. We will make sure you can breathe easy–because you can and will look your best.

The South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery is the top choice for many considering such important cosmetic procedures because of our proven expertise for more than 15 years. Our premier cosmetic surgery center boasts the outstanding reviews of more than 10,000 patients due to our dedication to service, and the professionalism and skill of our top surgeons. We hope you instill your trust in us to help make you a better, more satisfied you. 

Starting at $2,999

  • Improves upon previous Rhinoplasty procedure(s)
  • Creates a more balanced face
  • Can further shape bumps or the size of the nose
  • May also further correct breathing issues

Rhinoplasty Revision will be different for every case, as there are a variety of factors that can affect the cost of the surgery. Generally, we offer Rhinoplasty Revision (Second Rhinoplasty) starting at $2,999, not including anesthesia or other surgeon fees. An extensive consultation will provide more specific financial cost information.

Here at the South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery we offer support for our patients in finding the most convenient payment method for their procedures. Please speak to us about our variety of options including our relationships with third-party financing companies with offers of flexible payment plans, depending on credit approval. We are sure that through our extensive network of top-tier vendors and physicians, we will find a solution that is comfortable for you.

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The Rhinoplasty Revision Process

Consult

The initial consult for this procedure is extremely important, as it will decide your candidacy, and or the possibilities that can be achieved with the surgery. Please be prepared to provide your complete medical history, as well as all medications you may be taking, a list of allergies, and any documentation of previous surgeries. After candidacy approval, there is an extensive physical examination as well as blood tests, before the South Florida Center staff takes photographs and reviews your surgical plan. In preparing for the procedure, important instructions will be provided for you including cautions about consuming certain foods, medications, or alcohol. Certain protocols for hygienic purposes will also be given.

Procedure

The procedure varies based on each individual case, what you want to achieve with the surgery, as well as what has already been performed (removed, shaved, added, etc.) Your surgery will likely involve one or more of the following:

  • Sculpting the nasal bridge: decreasing size or re-building it with a cartilage graft
  • Soft tissue irregularities covered with a natural fillers
  • Reshaping the tip of the nose
  • Perfecting the shape of the nostrils
  • The reopening or reshaping of the nasal passageways for increased breathing function

Recovery

Following your procedure the surgeon will bandage your nose and surrounding area and apply a splint for protection. Light gauze might also be applied in the nostrils for five days, while the splint and other bandaging generally remains on for a week. Slight discomfort as well as swelling and mild bruising may also occur, but typically begins to reduce after the fourth day. Do not be alarmed by any redness or slight discomfort in breathing, especially if gauze is applied in the nostrils. We will make sure to consult with you on best breathing and eating/drinking practices for your enhanced comfort.

Normal activities and light exercise or sports may be resumed after three weeks; however any activities involving a potential direct impact to the face or nose such as volleyball, football, or anything strenuous should be avoided for six weeks. As always, please consult us if you have specific questions on activities during recovery. 

Post Surgery

Following your procedure follow-ups are: one day, one week, and one month after the procedure. After that visit, further appointments will be advised by the doctor.

Rhinoplasty Revision Testimonials

Lindsey W.

“I did a rhinoplasty with the South Florida Center after doing research. My surgeon was so sweet and professional and had a great approach and worth ethic. I was born with a deviated septum and it has bothered me for 28 years. My nose is now perfect, and I really could not be happier.”

– Lindsey W.

This will vary by case and should be consulted upon with a surgeon depending on many variables including the settling of the surgery, scar tissue, and other factors. It is generally recommended to wait at least one year from the original procedure before undergoing a revision.

A consultation with one of our top-tier surgeons would best provide this information; however we are dedicated to our patients being satisfied with their appearance and will do what we can to find a solution.

Our surgeons are expertly trained and can usually make all necessary incisions inside of the nose to avoid visible scarring. Every patient and revision surgery are different though, and during your consultation these questions will be specifically addressed.

General anesthesia is always provided during our procedures, and here at the South Florida Center for Cosmetic Surgery, we only have general anesthesia administered by a professional M.D. Anesthesiologist.

After recovery and all swelling and bruising is gone, yes, the results of rhinoplasty surgery are permanent, barring any injuries or natural aging

Yes, pending a consultation to deem the candidacy of your nose after previous surgeries, we want you to look and feel your best. Our surgeons are skilled in performing Rhinoplasty Revision surgeries after multiple previous rhinoplasty surgeries.

Yes; Second Rhinoplasty like other rhinoplasty surgeries is an outpatient procedure however, another adult will need to drive you home.

Patient pictures are showing Before and After results are actual patients – Individual results vary. Client Testimonials are based on personal experience and are the opinion of individual clients. Any claims made on this website are intended to provide information about procedures provided here. Realistic Individual results will be discussed with you based on your information with an initial consult with a doctor or health care professional provided for your free consultation. The information provided is NOT intended as medical advice and is for your general knowledge only.