The number of patients operated in other clinics that come to our observation has been growing for years. In most cases, they come to us upon indication of colleagues or former patients.
Rhinoplasty revisions are very peculiar issues. Sometimes, targeted and minimally invasive procedures allow getting adequate results. In other cases, major structural defects require extensive reconstruction and grafting procedures. In other circumstances, advising the patient to refrain from any further surgery may be the wisest and most ethically correct alternative.
In general, revisions have a more than satisfactory success rate, once detailed the anatomical picture and adequately discussed the possibilities and limits of surgery with the patient.