Revision Rhinoplasty Boston
If you are unhappy with the results of your rhinoplasty (nosejob) or if you are experiencing issues with the function of your nose following rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty surgery is your perfect solution. With over 20 years of experience, double-board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel has performed countless revision rhinoplasty procedures in Boston to provide our patients with the beautiful results they deserve. Dr. Spiegel has even helped people who have had multiple prior rhinoplasties to get their desired appearance once and for all.
What Is Revision Rhinoplasty?
The choice to undergo rhinoplasty is a very personal one that can take some people years to commit to. So, when the results of that procedure leave you with a nose that doesn’t reflect the way you want to look or when you experience complications due to undergoing rhinoplasty it can be incredibly frustrating and disappointing.
Revision rhinoplasty provides a way to correct these issues through an additional surgical procedure. Revision rhinoplasty is incredibly difficult to perform so it is important that you choose a skilled and experienced plastic surgeon who specializes in facial plastic surgery and in Revision Rhinoplasty. Dr. Spiegel has advanced training in the field of facial plastic surgery and has been selected as one of the top 15 plastic surgeons in the world to whom other surgeons refer patients for revision rhinoplasty.
What to Expect
Revision Rhinoplasty can be performed to correct a wide variety of issues following primary rhinoplasty. Common issues include:
- Asymmetrical results
- A nose that appears “crooked”
- Nasal airway obstruction
During your consultation, Dr. Spiegel will ask you about the specific issues you have with the appearance and function of your nose. He will use this information to formulate a personalized surgical plan so that he can provide you with results that satisfy your aesthetic needs. Surgery is performed typically under general anesthesia at Newton Surgery (www.NewtonSurgery.com), on the second floor above The Spiegel Center.
Recovering from Revision Rhinoplasty
The swelling and bruising that will occur following revision rhinoplasty may be more extensive than primary rhinoplasty, but not always. The pain following revision rhinoplasty should be minimal and can be managed easily with over the counter medication, though prescription pain medications are available if indicated. It should take around two weeks for the last of the bruising to dissipate. Swelling will likely last for several months. In most cases, patients are able to return to work after around one week, and feel good about their appearance in only 10 days.
Stitches will typically dissolve. Follow-up visits are scheduled with Dr. Spiegel to make sure the nose is healing properly. The very final outcome of your revision rhinoplasty takes 12 or more months, but the results will be visible soon after your procedure.
The Cost of Revision Rhinoplasty
Revision rhinoplasty is a highly personalized surgical procedure that involves the use of various techniques. The cost of your revision rhinoplasty in Boston can be discussed during your initial consultation with Dr. Spiegel. Our team can also let you know about the payment and financing options available to you.
Schedule a Consultation Today
Contact The Spiegel Center today to schedule a consultation for your revision rhinoplasty in Boston. Dr. Spiegel has been recognized by many of his peers as a leading expert in complex revision surgeries including rhinoplasty revision as is dedicated to providing the best results Boston has to offer.
Procedure: Revision Rhinoplasty
Source: realself, A.A. 12/30/2020
So it’s been almost 4 weeks since my revision rhinoplasty and lip lift. The recovery was not too bad, only a couple of extremely uncomfortable days (2&3) Once the splint came off on day 6 my nose blew up like a balloon and swelled terribly for several days. It’s come down quite a bit but still swollen. The bridge is finally straight too.
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