Rhinoplasty & Revision
Everything that’s “natural and well proportionated” is beautiful. This expression is also reflected to nose aesthetics. In this context, it’s a crystal-clear fact that a successful nose job should be natural-looking, inapparent, and compatible with the patient’s face.
A nose which is well and naturally constructed never shows its aesthetic operation.People who don’t know you won’t realize that you had a nose job, while those who know you very well will only notice a positive change but they won’t understand that this change results from your nose.
Second or more surgical interventions made after a rhinoplasty operation due to anatomical problems such as nasal deviation and nasal asymmetry, functional problems such as nasal congestion, or undesirable visual results are called “Revision” rhinoplasty.