Revision Rhinoplasty in Baltimore, MD

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What is Revision Rhinoplasty?

Nose reshaping surgery is one of the most sought-after cosmetic surgeries available, and patients are usually happy with their results. However, if you're not pleased with the look of your nose or you are having breathing trouble after rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty can be performed at our facility in Baltimore, MD. Revision or secondary nose surgery includes minor changes to perfect the appearance of your nose or includes reconstruction to address its architecture, allowing for better function. You don't have to live with second-rate results or suffer from functional problems after nose surgery — schedule an appointment with plastic surgeon Dr. Ben Schultz, ABPS Certified, to learn more about revision rhinoplasty and your opportunities for achieving more aesthetically pleasing results.

How is revision rhinoplasty performed?

Prior to initiating nose revision surgery, Dr. Schultz will meet with you to understand your individual requests and aesthetic goals before designing a course of action. For the actual procedure, he will choose either an open or closed approach. During the open technique, which is the most common, Dr. Schultz will separate the skin, cartilage, and bone, which allows for maximum visibility. He will then reshape the nose to the requested frame. The closed technique is simpler to perform and commonly used for less dramatic results. Sometimes during revision rhinoplasty, a cartilage or bone graft may be used to help reconstruct and strengthen the architecture of the nose.

Modify Your Look

Dr. Schultz is devoted to ensuring that you keep the nose shape you desire, even more so if you had a bad experience with your initial rhinoplasty. At the time of your consultation, Dr. Schultz will ask questions to gain an understanding of your needs and goals before discussing your choices to give you optimal results. If you're interested in revision rhinoplasty and are ready to schedule your consultation, contact our Baltimore, MD, facility at your earliest convenience.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.