Why is revision rhinoplasty so sensitive?

Board Certified Plastic Surgeon Serving Areas Near Houston & Sugar Land, TX

Feb 12, 2015

We often emphasize the importance of finding a truly experienced and capable plastic surgeon when you are considering revision rhinoplasty. This emphasis includes a discussion of the difficulties of a second rhinoplasty procedure.

Revision rhinoplasty is a complicated, sensitive procedure. Your nose has always been a rather fragile thing- the boned within it are small and easy to break, and the internal tissue needs a deft touch to re-shape. And space is limited.

All of these facts remain true after your rhinoplasty. But the situation is even more delicate: the bones and tissue of your nose have already been re-shaped. They are even more vulnerable than before.

Fortunately, this does not mean that there are no solutions. In fact, revision rhinoplasty can correct common problems associated with nasal re-shaping safety. But it does mean that finding the right surgeon is incredibly important.

Triple board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Eisemann has decades of experience with the revision rhinoplasty procedure. He has the deft touch needed to delicately re-shape the structure of your nose. He understands how to perform the procedure in such a way as to ensure your safety.

If you're a Houston, Texas resident considering revision rhinoplasty, please call The Eisemann Plastic Surgery Center at 713-766-0071 or contact us online today.