This is a young patient with a history of primary (closed) rhinoplasty. She desired a revision rhinoplasty because she still had difficulty breathing and felt her nose was crooked. Through an open rhinoplasty approach, her deviated septum was corrected; her nose was straightened; and the dorsal hump was taken down. Revision rhinoplasty is one of the most difficult procedures in plastic surgery, but this patient did quite well and is very pleased with her results.
*Individual results may vary