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What is a Revision Rhinoplasty?

A revision rhinoplasty is used to correct aesthetic or functional problems related to a prior nose job. For example, if a primary rhinoplasty patient has trouble breathing through his or her nose after surgery, a revision nose job is available to treat this issue. Or, if a nose job results in an unbalanced facial appearance, a revision rhinoplasty helps restore facial harmony.

Dr. Cabin’s goal is to help a revision rhinoplasty patient achieve a functional and natural-looking nose. To accomplish this goal, Dr. Cabin closely evaluates a patient before he performs a revision rhinoplasty. He also tailors the procedure to his patient, thereby ensuring this individual achieves a nose that complements his or her cheeks, chin, eyes and other facial features.

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