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Does Surgeon Break Your Nose During Rhinoplasty
During surgery of rhinoplasty, are there any indications to the surgeon that a previous rhinoplasty was performed? Specifically, on the tip of nose.
Yes: The dissection for rhinoplasty is quite different for patients who have had previous surgery. It is extremely important to let your physician know if you had a previous rhinoplasty as the surgery must be planned accordingly. You should not have any hesitation to give an honest history if you have a previous surgery. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Will a nose job get rid of the bump on my nose? I have an old sports injury, and the bridge of my nose isn't straight anymore. Will a surgeon be able to shave off the bump during a nose job?
Do i need a revision rhinoplasty if my nose is still stuffy one year after my first rhinoplasty? My surgeon kept telling me to be patient and the stuffiness would go away. Now it's been a year, so i'm thinking it's not going away and i need a revision rhi
Perhaps: Most internal swelling has resolved by one year after rhinoplasty. There may be other causes unrelated to the surgery which may cause nasal obstruction. See a board certified facial plastic surgeon for a second opinion, as he/she has training and expertise in both the cosmetic and functional aspects of the nose. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Rhinoplasty: is shaving the nose bridge bone a proper way to narrow the nose instead of breaking the bone? I was told by a surgeon this was correct.
Could my nose look worse after revision rhinoplasty? My surgeon did an ok job with my rhinoplasty, but it's not really how i wanted it. I'm considering a revision rhinoplasty, but i'm worried it'll make it look worse.
Convey expectations: Rhinoplasty can have a 15-20% revision rate. Discuss with your plastic surgeon what the risks and benefits of revisional surgery will be and you can then make a decision appropriate for you. You have to let the surgeon know what bothers you and what your expectations are and s/he can let you know whether your expectations are realistic and achievable or not. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
Getting rhinoplasty (tip of nose), genioplasty and lipo to flanks in two days safe all at once? great plastic surgeon have seen all work, in good hnds
How many surgeons should I consult before scheduling a revision rhinoplasty? I am discussing with my family the possibility of a revision rhinoplasty following an unsuccessful nose job. The nasal bridge seems too wide and i don't like the way it looks. I
Revision rhinoplasty: Choosing a revision rhinoplasty surgeon can at the outset seem like a daunting task. It's important to choose a list of potential surgeons critically before narrowing down the ones to consult with based on board-certification, training, credentials, patient reviews, before/after pictures, etc. I would recommend a minimum of 3 consultations, and a maximum of as many as it takes to feel comfortabl. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Nose job: A maxilofacial surgeron should be able to perform a "nose job" - but they tend to do more reconstructive work. If you have questions about a specific surgeon - call the office and ask. With regards to plastic surgery - definately get at least two opinions and prices before proceeding. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I'm thinking about a nose job, what should I really know about picking the right Surgeon also do they provide payment plans?
Referrals & homework: Get referrals, review photos, confirm hospital appointments, check out state licensing status and disciplinary actions, and meet with more than one surgeon to discuss your concerns. Many patients request an aggressive reduction whereas most surgeons will prefer to proceed conservatively. However, all plastic surgeons will generally try to meet or achieve their patient's requests if medically sound ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trusted sources: Ask for referrals from trusted sources such as your primary care physician or other healthcare professionals. Confirm hospital credentials and good standing with local and national professional societies as well as licensure/training. Avoid resources is the American Society of Plastic Surgeons Find a Surgoen site: http://www1.plasticsurgery.org/find_a_surgeon/ ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Therapy or cosmetic?: You have a choice to make! both plastic surgeons and ENT surgeons perform nasal procedures/nose jobs. Check your local referral network and visit the surgeons websites and office. View before and after photos from your surgeon. Medical diagnoses such as a deviated septum and associated breathing problems are occasionally covered benefit. Check your policy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Plastic surgeon caused a wound on my nose while he was doing nose job, is it considered medical malpractice?
What's the difference between going to an ear, nose and throat and plastic surgeon for nose job and laser?
What's the point in waiting for my nose to heal (from a closed nose reduction) if they might have to break it during the rhinoplasty anyway....
If my surgeon doesn't get my rhinoplasty right, does he need to do a revision rhinoplasty at no cost to me? During my consultation, the surgeon mentioned fees for revision rhinoplasty. We haven't even done the first surgery! shouldn't he do reasonable rev
You : You ask a reasonable question whose answer will vary depending on the practice principles of a given surgeon. Legally, there is no obligation to do it for free. In surgery, and particularly rhinoplasty surgery, there is no 100% gaurantee of outcome. It is obviously in the best interest of the patient and the surgeon (in essence, you are his advertisement and potential referral source to others) to have a good outcome. A good outcome depends on proper judgement, execution of appropriate technique, and favorable wound healing afterwards. Some factors are under our control and some are not (i.e., patients skin type, internal structure, prior surgical history, etc.).In my practice, if i can use a legitimate billing code because of functional problems with breathing, for instance, a revision may be able to be preapproved by insurance. If the problem is a cosmetic problem only, i usually offer revision by waiving the surgical fee and holding the patient responsible for the facility/or fee since I do my surgery through a hospital and have no control over that fee. The take-home message is always ask your surgeon what his policy is so there are no surprises later. Fortunately, revision rates are generally low and it would not be unreasonable to ask your surgeon what his rates are. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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