Make your next rhinoplasty your last. Even if you have already had nasal surgery, a revision rhinoplasty (nose job), can create a more refined and proportioned nose that not only looks better but also functions better.
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Before Revision Rhinoplasty Right Profile
After Revision Rhinoplasty Right Profile
Before Revision Rhinoplasty Right Oblique
After Revision Rhinoplasty R Oblique
Before Revision Rhinoplasty Frontal
After Revision Rhinoplasty Frontal
Before Revision Rhinoplasty Let Profile
After Revision Rhinoplasty Left Profile
Before Revision Rhinoplasty Left Oblique
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Revision Rhinoplasty to Lengthen Upturned Tip, Straigthen Crookedness And Reduce Hanging Columella
This Seattle revision rhinoplasty patient had a few prior rhinoplasty procedures out of state along with upper lip lift surgery. She was left with a deviated tip and a very upturned, shortened nose that she wished to make more harmonious and un-operated appearing. Thomas Lamperti, MD used an open rhinoplasty approach and tissue bank rib cartilage to address the patient's concerns. He custom carved a caudal septal extension graft from the rib cartilage which allowed him to counter-rotate the patient's tip downward so it was not angled so far upward. He also tucked in the columella so it was not so prominent. The tip rebuilding also allowed Dr. Lamperti to straighten the tip so it no longer tilted to the patient's right side. To address the patient's wide nostril floor Dr. Lamperti conservatively trimmed tissue from this area to further help with overall balance and symmetry. In the 11 month postoperative photos you can see how the patient's tip is now much more straight and her columella less prominent. Importantly, her tip has a more natural appearing downward angle as seen on the profile and frontal views especially. On the frontal view you can most appreciate how we are not looking as far up into her nostrils.