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Revision Rhinoplasty in Yerevan, Armenia

Even primary rhinoplasty or nose job needs very deep knowledge of facial anatomy, understanding of physiology and pathology of breathing process, years of experience, as well feeling of good taste. Revision nose surgery is the most difficult and responsible field of aesthetic surgery. Dr. Danielyan and his team of healthcare professionals in addition to abovementioned can offer modern medical equipment, use of delicate technique and individualized care for each patient in extremely convenient surgical facility Arzni Aestetica in Yerevan, Armenia.

Introduction

Revision nose surgery in Yerevan, Armenia can have 2 forms. First is small "touch up" revision of an satisfactory previous result. Patient may be satisfied with the overall look of the nose, but may wish a small and slight enhancement. For instance, a small tiny bump was left on the bridge or a small visible edge on the tip. Secondary rhinoplasty in this case is usually a less involved operation. atient is ordinarily content with having the procedure fulfilled by the original surgeon so far as trust was not lost. Patients are ordinarily not emotionally upset.

Second form is when revision nose surgery is performed to reconstruct a previous poor result. A failed rhinoplasty can be one of the most destructive experiences a patient undergoing plastic surgery can have. Patients that had rhinoplasty have usually thought about procedure for a few years. When the result is a nose which is worse kind than original, patient can become extremely upset. Self esteem and confidence may reduce and affect the person's social activities. In our clinic we have a deep and personal understanding of the emotional distress that patients undergoing through this feel and we are committed to helping them.

There are a few causes why rhinoplasty can fail. Though, the most general reason is technical inaccuracy during the manipulation. Surgical experience, pre-operative planning, and meticulous surgical technique are essential to a good rhinoplasty outcome. Wrong placed incisions, aggressive removal of cartilage and bone of the nasal bridge, and aggressive removal of nasal tip cartilages leading to poor structural support can all lead to an unnatural and repulsive appearance. This in turn will attract unpleasant attention to the nose.

With the increasing numbers of cosmetic manipulations being performed, there has been an increase in the demand for rhinoplasty procedure. While many surgeons perform plastic procedure throughout the body, few are specialists in the nose and face. A plastic surgeon that performs only five to ten nose surgeries a year may not be the best candidate to fulfill a nose job. He may not have enough experience or the due training to fulfill the nose surgery. At the same time the rhinoplasty consumer has developed a sophisticated sense of nasal aesthetics. The delivery of insufficient surgical results and elevated expectations has resulted in an increase the number of revision nose surgeries being fulfilled today.

Revision nose surgery can be one of the most hard plastic surgery manipulations to perform. Reconstruction of the injured nose can be artistically and technically challenging. Frequently, the nasal cartilages have been removed and scar tissue has replaced much of structural framework. The remaining nasal cartilages are frequently misshaped or warped. The nasal structure must be recreated using cartilage grafts to mimic the framework of a virgin, or non-operated, nose. This reconstruction must be accurate and flow together in a 3-d form to give the appearance of a beautiful nose that will balance the patient's facial features. Scarred and altered tissues must be placed back in the correct place by re-arranging the nasal framework. All this must be done while combating the distorting effects of a skin and soft tissues that have been scarred by the prior surgical poor result. The structure, must be lasting enough to withstand the immense scar formation forces that are sometimes present in the healing period of formerly operated noses. Function of the nose, that is breathing, must be maintained or, in many times, repaired by strengthening the structure of the nose that is responsible for maintaining the air passages open.