I had a disastrous nose job last year. I am so embarrassed by my nose now that I have practically become a hermit because of it. I suffer from bouts of depression but I am ready to try to fix it. The tip of the nose projects too far forward and downward and the nose looks crooked. Do you think that this can be fixed given that there is probably scar tissue in my nose? Is the revision surgery more difficult than the original rhinoplasty?
Most bad nose jobs can be improved. Perfection is not realistic but as long as you have nice realistic goals then a successful revision rhinoplasty may be possible. Revision Rhinoplasty is more complex than a primary rhinoplasty but I have corrected the bad noses of many patients who had previously undergone 3 or 4 poorly performed previous Rhinoplasties.