In rhinoplasty operation, even small errors can be seen as irregularities such as significant asymmetries, respiratory dysfunctions, protrusions on the nasal ridge and tip.
Nose revision surgery is most commonly performed as a result of the nose being reduced too much.Because too small nose causes narrowing of the air ducts and consequently breathing complaints. It also causes the nasal skin to be unable to adapt to the new structure, resulting in downward sagging of the nasal skin.In addition, asymmetries caused by different interventions in both parts of the nose are also common deformations. This and many other aesthetic and functional defects can be removed by secondary surgery.
Minor revisions are performed with local or general anesthesia and almost all major revisions are performed with general anesthesia. Minor revisions may take 30 to 45 minutes, while major revisions may take 3 to 6 hours.The length of time, the multiplicity and difficulty of the deformities, determines the need for rib cartilage and ear cartilage.If there is no risk for anesthesia, the outcome is always important, not the duration of surgery.