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Are You Considering A Revision (a Second or Third) Rhinoplasty?

Do you recall when you walked into our doctor’s office for your initial consultation? You were probably anxious about all the risks involved in getting a surgery and unsure about the long recovery period. But you didn’t let that stop you. You went ahead and got the surgery done.

The surgery was a success, the recovery bearable, but there is just one thing amiss. You are not happy with the results! The truth is a lot can go wrong with surgical procedures like rhinoplasty. But even when the surgery goes as expected, the final results may not be so desirable. Chances are you hoped your rhinoplasty would be your first and only nose job, but the operation didn’t turn out as you expected!

When you mention your disappointment to your doctor, there is a very high likelihood he/she will recommend a revision rhinoplasty to make changes to your appearance. Revision rhinoplasty is quite common in the UK, with about 5%-10% of all surgical rhinoplasties requiring some more work done. It is not unheard of for some patients to have three or more revision rhinoplasties.

 But is this your only option if you are not happy with your results?

What Are The Risks of Getting Revision Rhinoplasty?

  • Revision rhinoplasty surgery tends to be more difficult and costlier than the initial surgery. This is because of the more significant medical risk involved. The prior surgery may have damaged tissues, compromised blood flow, or resulted in subcutaneous scarring, among other surgery-related risks.
  • Swelling onset during surgery can make predicting the outcome difficult—which means getting a revision rhinoplasty does not assure you that you will get the desired results.
  • Not to forget potential postoperative complications such as bleeding, unexpected swelling, and nasal blockage.

Non-surgical Nose Job as An Alternative to Revision Rhinoplasty

Are you unsatisfied with the appearance of your nose after a surgical rhinoplasty but are hesitant to undergo a second revision surgery? A non-surgical revision may be exactly what you need.

A lot of the time, a second or even third rhinoplasty is unnecessary. We can easily rectify most of the disappointing rhinoplasty results with a simple, low-risk non-surgical rhinoplasty.

You qualify for a non-surgical nose job if:

  • You had a surgical rhinoplasty with a lot of reduction— bone and cartilage removed from the nose—  that left you with an irregular unnatural looking contour.
  • You want immediate results instead of having to wait another 6-12 months to see your final results.

You only want to make minor changes and refine the appearance of your nose.

Frequently Asked Questions About Getting Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty After Traditional Rhinoplasty

How long after rhinoplasty can I get fillers?

Keep in mind that it can take up to a year for you to see the final result of your rhinoplasty procedure. So it’s advisable to wait for 12 months before considering any revision procedure, surgical or non-surgical. This will allow enough time for your nose to heal completely. At this point, if you are unhappy with the results, you should discuss it with your original surgeon and weigh your options. If you are considering the non-surgical route, we are here to provide you with all you need to make an informed decision that is good for you.

Benefits of getting nose fillers after rhinoplasty?

A non-surgical revision offers a safe, low-risk alternative and a higher chance of excellent outcome to revision rhinoplasty.

  • Fillers can be applied in a precise, controlled manner that ensures the desired subtle changes that make a huge difference are achieved.
  • It is a fast, pain-free procedure with minimal downtime. Our widely experienced cosmetic doctor will ensure you are back to your regular routine as quickly as possible.
  • You won’t break the bank! Non-surgical rhinoplasty costs only a fraction of how much you would spend getting surgical revision rhinoplasty. (Read our pricing here)

Risks of getting non-surgical revision rhinoplasty

Common side effects include bruising and swelling. But these disappear quickly within a couple of days.
However, getting a non-surgical nose job after a surgical rhinoplasty does come with some added risk due to potentially compromised blood flow or subcutaneous scarring from prior nasal surgery.
Also, dermal fillers’ injection into the nose is a precise art that requires expertise and extensive awareness of nasal anatomy. The area around the nose and eyes is highly sensitive, and one poorly placed injection could block blood supply resulting in vision impairment or even blindness.
That’s why you should work with an experienced expert doctor when getting nose fillers. They will have all the safety protocols and tools in place. In case anything goes wrong, they can dissolve the hyaluronic acid nose fillers and quickly reverse the procedure.

Can a non-surgical nose job rectify a botched rhinoplasty?

With all its many benefits, non-surgical rhinoplasty has its limitations.

  • It can’t fix breathing problems or nasal blockages. That will likely require surgery.
  • It can’t not correct interior issues like a deviated septum. But dermal fillers can offer support to a weak septum to help prop up the tip of the nose.

Treatment unsatisfactory rhinoplasty results : Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty

Sometimes known as non-surgical Rhinoplasty, a non-surgical nose job is a specialist treatment in which the shape and size of the nose is adjusted using non-surgical methods. Rather than requiring painful surgery and a lengthy recovery process, instead, individuals having a non-surgical nose job can be in and out in a matter of minutes. You see, this treatment works by having injectable fillers, usually Hyaluronic Acid, or HLA for short, injected into various parts of the nose to fill different areas out and change the shape and appearance of the nose. These fillers can fill in dents, bumps, and depressions, plus they can give the nose much more of a symmetrical look and feel. It is a speedy treatment with virtually instantaneous results.

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Dr Aesthetica offers professional Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Filler treatments in the Birmingham area. We aim to solve your cosmetic related issues with non-surgical interventions.
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