Revision rhinoplasty can be performed due to correct deformities, preserve and support the structure and the function of the nose. Revision rhinoplasty can be applied to the patient, who had a previous rhinoplasty one or more times, desires and needs improvements cosmetically and/or functionally.
In this blog, you will find actual Revision Rhinoplasty cases performed by Assoc.Prof. Dr. Suleyman TAS with the Closed Atraumatic Technique beyond the current knowledge. Revision rhinoplasty before and after pictures are demonstrated at various deformities with the detailed descriptions.
Case 1 (Before and just after the surgery):
The patient had 2 previous open rhinoplasties in USA. Her complaints were asymmetry of the tip and dorsum. Nasal base retraction and right dorsum deviation have been addressed. Here a perfect example for finesse in rhinoplasty is demonstrated.
The alignment of the nose in rhinoplasty: Fix Down Concept. Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, 2020 Feb.
Nasal Base Retraction: A treatment algorithm. Aesthetic Surgery Journal, 2017 Jun.
Case 2 (Before and just after the surgery):
The patient had 5 open Rhinoplasty surgeries before, had an extremely thick skin with severe skin laxity and absolutely no tip support. Assoc.Prof. Dr. Suleyman TAS has excessive sub skin has been thinned, provided a tip support and significantly reduced the overall size of the nose by the Closed Atraumatic Technique without utilizing a rib cartilage.
Case 3 (Before and just after the surgery):
The patient had a previous surgery with an open technique in USA. The upturned nose deformity, hanging columella and pinched nose deformities have been addressed by Assoc.Prof. Dr. Suleyman TAS with the Revision Closed Atraumatic Technique without a rib cartilage. The deformity is also known as piggy nose deformity.
Case 4 (Before and just after the surgery):
The problems were low radix, retracted rim, excessive alas, remaining hump and breathing problems in an ethnic nose. All of them have been solved by Revision Closed Atraumatic Rhinoplasty. This case is a good example of ethnic rhinoplasty.
Case 5 (Before and just after the surgery):
The patient had a previous open rhinoplasty. Severe open roof deformity, pig nose deformity and deviated septum have been addressed by Dr. TAS using only septal cartilage. Fat injection has been performed for the under eyes area.
Case 6 (Before and just after the surgery):
The patient had an open roof deformity, bulbous tip, inverted V deformity, nasal valves collapse, asymmetries, a bulbous tip with a thick skin. All her deformities have been addressed by the Closed Atraumatic Technique using a rib cartilage as there hasn’t been found leftover septal cartilage.
Case 7 (Before & 1.5 Years After):
In this revision case dorsal irregularities, a hump occured after previous surgery, droopy tip, nostril asymmetries and hanging columella issues have been resolved.
Case 8 (Before & 1 Year After):
This case has been performed as a live surgery during Closed Atraumatic Rhinoplasty Course and had many bony fragments in the tip area, open roof deformity with a crooked nose and septum deformity. A structural Closed Rhinoplasty has been performed by Assoc.Prof. Dr. Suleyman TAS without any rib cartilage grafting.
Case 9 (Before & 1 Year After):
The male patient had an open roof deformity, dorsal irregularities, internal valve collapse and breathing issues which have been addressed at once by Assoc.Prof. Dr. Suleyman TAS.
Case 10 (Before and 2 years After):
The patient had an over projected nose, asymmetries and irregularities on the tip and the dorsum, deviated nose, wide tip and perforation in her septum. All issues have been addressed in one session with Revision Closed Atraumatic Rhinoplasty.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suleyman TAS
Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgeon