Dr. Paul S. Nassif’s facial plastic surgery practice places an emphasis on Asian rhinoplasty. This specialized procedure tailors the traditional nose job surgery to be more suitable for Asian patients. Dr. Nassif boasts a very high success rate for the surgery and regularly sees patients unhappy with their original doctor’s performance.
Revision Asian Rhinoplasty Due to Unexpected Results
In instances where cosmetic nose alterations fall short of a patient’s expectations, he or she may request a redo from the original surgeon, or a specialty doctor like Dr. Nassif. Obsolete surgery styles and an unskilled surgeon can lead to numerous complications, one being disappointing aesthetic results. Following other Asian rhinoplasties, patients may realize they have not been completely open with their surgical expectations, or there was a lack of communication which led to the dissatisfaction. Difficulties accepting one’s new nose may also arise when the patient’s and doctor’s expectations are not in sync.
Revision Asian Rhinoplasty Because of Obstacles in the Healing Process
After an Asian rhinoplasty, like any other surgery, it is possible for a patient to experience complications that may or may not be related to the surgery itself. Issues such as direct nasal trauma or local infection can interfere with the results of the procedure. In cases like this, a second Asian rhinoplasty may be necessary to correct the subsequent damage of internal or external conditions. It is also possible for the nose to develop extra scar tissue or settle into a shape that negatively impacts regular breathing patterns. While revision Asian rhinoplasty surgeries are not typically part of the original treatment plan, this second nose job may promote healthy breathing and self-image.
Revision Asian Rhinoplasty to Cater to New Beauty Ideals
Asian rhinoplasty patients are often decisive with what they hope to achieve aesthetically through facial plastic surgery. While technology allows the doctor to alter patient images digitally during an appointment to display potential results, a patient may not be fully satisfied with rhinoplasty results, even if they were expected. Some patients’ beauty ideals evolve over this very short period of time, leading them to request revision Asian rhinoplasty. While plastic surgeries should not be performed over and over again to cater to this cosmetic indecisiveness, a secondary procedure may offer correction that fully meets a patient’s needs.
Paul Nassif, M.D., F.A.C.S., is an Asian rhinoplasty specialist located in Beverly Hills. While this region of the country is known for providing high-profile clients with personalized looks, Dr. Nassif is internationally known for his modern approach to facial plastics. Dr. Nassif has a broad patient base, and treats everyone as individuals. Contact the doctor at (310) 275-2467 to schedule a consultation.