- Have a frank consultation with an experienced surgeon
- Feel at ease in our boutique practice in fashionable Woolloomooloo
- Experience a procedure centred on your wishes and goals
- Visualise the outcomes of your corrective surgery using the latest 3D imaging techniques
- Achieve the results you want and receive all the support you need to recover quickly
Revision Rhinoplasty Sydney
Correct and refine
Revision rhinoplasty may be needed after the initial operation on the nose. This treatment is offered for those still suffering from breathing problems or still unhappy with the appearance of their nose after the initial surgery. Dr Moradi conducts revision Rhinoplasty in a variety of Sydney locations.
What is revision rhinoplasty?Revision rhinoplasty is simply corrective surgery that is sometimes needed after an initial operation on the nose. It is also known as secondary rhinoplasty.
The unfortunate truth is that not every nose surgery is a success. To have undergone surgery and still face breathing problems, or be left with continued concerns about your appearance, is devastating, but it does happen.
It is important to remember that this is not the end of the story. There is still a lot a skilled surgeon can do for you.
At Park Clinic we have helped many people to realise their goals, regardless of what may have gone wrong on the road to reaching them.
Why is revision rhinoplasty ever needed?The causes of a failed nose surgery are many. They may include actions taken by the patient during recovery, they may include unexpected effects of the healing process and they may include technical incompetence.
Revision rhinoplasty may be needed for cosmetic reasons alone, but quite often the initial operation can lead to increased breathing difficulties through the nose.
The ABC News report below features Dr. Moradi discussing the plight of a Wollongong resident who had received a botched skin cancer operation performed by her GP. In this case Dr Moradi had to perform a two stage revision rhinoplasty that included total tip reconstruction using septal cartilage.
Click here for the ABC News Report