A number of setbacks may arise after nasal surgery, sometimes for aesthetic and health problems. These undesirable conditions after surgery are called complications. The rate of complications after nasal surgery varies between 7 and 12%.

The operations that correct the deformities after aesthetic nose surgery are called revision nose aesthetic operations. Revision of the nose tip, excessive nose raised after the nose operation, excessive protrusion or excessive cavity in the back of the nose, the shape of the nose trapezoid and breathing problems that do not improve from time to time can be corrected with revision nose aesthetic surgery.

Revision nose surgery is planned six months or one year after the first surgery. This period is the healing time of the nose. Although minor revisions are often made in revision nasal esthetics, further reconstructions may be required in cases of deformity. How to perform a revision nose surgery is determined by preoperative examination.

Revision rhinoplasty operations are performed under general anesthesia and it is necessary to spend the night in the hospital. Cartilage tissue from other parts of the body, such as ears and ribs, may be used for missing cartilage tissue in the nose structure. The healing process is like the first surgery. Casting takes place after one week and edema swelling takes up to fifteen days to fully settle.

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