Q: Visible indented uneven graft on bridge of nose, what are my options?
A: Indention in graft placed on the nasal bridge
Revision rhinoplasty is a very challenging operation. I always tell patients that the result will be an improvement, but never perfect. I see what you are concerned about, but it’s not fair to judge the result without seeing the pre-op picture. I would suggest discussing this with your surgeon.
Q: A Bump Felt on Left Dorsum After Revision Rhinoplasty?
A: Bump after revision rhinoplasty
At one month, it is still relatively early to decide whether a revision rhinoplasty will be necessary. It is very early and at this point, there is a significant amount of swelling. My recommendation is that you forget about your nose for the next 6 months or so. Otherwise, this will drive you insane. A revision for this, if necessary, should be relatively easy.
Q: Should I Trust the Same Ps for Revision Rhino?
A: Trusting the first surgeon for a revision.
Plastic surgeons, like all people are not perfect. Add to that the fact that rhinoplasty is a very difficult operation and the fact that even when everything is done well, they result may be less than perfect. Now, should you trust your surgeon? Well, I think you should have a frank conversation with him and ask him if he feels comfortable doing the procedure and if he has experience doing these types of revisions. If he gives you the correct answers and you feel good about it, trust him. Your gut instinct is usually right.