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Ideally, your rhinoplasty surgery will produce a lifetime of results, but as many as 20 percent of people who undergo rhinoplasty will require revision surgery at some point. In a study published in the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Journal involving 150 patients who had undergone rhinoplasty revision, 41 percent of patients said the reason for their second surgery was a need to correct a deformity caused by the first. The best way to avoid this issue is by working with an experienced, board-certified plastic surgeon like Dr. Martin O’Toole. However, it is not always possible to avoid all potential aesthetic complications.

Fixing Your Nose Job

Revision rhinoplasty is more difficult than the initial procedure and requires special skills and expertise. The scar tissue, nasal anatomy, and presence of cartridge have all changed, giving your rhinoplasty surgeon challenges that would not have existed prior to your first surgery.

To help ensure pleasing results and lessen the risk of additional revision surgeries, Dr. O’Toole will work closely with you during all stages of your revision. Your satisfaction is our primary objective. Dr. O’Toole will do everything possible to correct any problems you are facing after your initial procedure to help produce the results you deserve.

If you are unhappy with a rhinoplasty procedure and live in the Hollywood area of California, please contact Pasadena Cosmetic Surgery to schedule a revision rhinoplasty consultation with Dr. Martin O’Toole today.