If you are unhappy with your first, second, or even third rhinoplasty results, you may be considering revision rhinoplasty surgery. At Eos Rejuvenation in Beverly Hills, Dr. Nima has years of experience performing open and closed revision rhinoplasty surgery to help patients like you achieve their desired nose shape and appearance. 

Find out more about this type of procedure, including the difference between open and closed revision rhinoplasty surgery, as well as the benefits and downsides of each technique. This will help you better understand which is right for you based on your needs, goals, and expectations. 

What is a Revision Rhinoplasty? 

A revision rhinoplasty is a second (or third) rhinoplasty that corrects cosmetic and/or functional issues caused by a previous procedure. 

This type of surgery is a highly complex and challenging procedure, requiring a significant amount of skill, experience, and artistic abilities. The nose is a delicate balance of function and appearance, and an experienced facial plastic surgeon—like Dr. Nima—must understand both to deliver the best possible results. 


Reasons Why Beverly Hills Men and Women Get a Revision Rhinoplasty 

Revision rhinoplasty surgery can be a transformational procedure that helps you finally achieve the appearance you’ve always dreamed of. If you are considering revision rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills, here are some reasons why this surgery might be right for you: 

  • Your nose doesn’t quite “fit” with your overall appearance
  • Your nose has a drooping tip
  • Your nose is still too large or asymmetric
  • Your nose does not function properly
  • Your nose has experienced new trauma or injury
  • Your nose doesn’t look natural
  • Your nose doesn’t meet your expectations

No matter what reason you have for looking into a revision rhinoplasty, Dr. Nima can help. Contact Eos Rejuvenation to schedule a consultation, and let’s work together to determine which treatment is right for you. 


Open vs. Closed Revision Rhinoplasty

At Eos Rejuvenation, Dr. Nima performs two types of revision rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills: external (open) and endonasal (closed) revision rhinoplasty surgery. 

When it comes to rhinoplasty, both open and closed revision procedures can offer beneficial results. However, there are some key differences between the two approaches that are important to understand before making a decision.

Open Revision Rhinoplasty 

In this approach, a small incision is made at the base of the nose (columellar incision), and the skin of the nose is lifted away from the underlying cartilage and bone. This enables a more detailed revision process, allowing for corrections in areas that would otherwise not be visible with conventional rhinoplasty. The results are more natural-looking and long-lasting.

Closed Revision Rhinoplasty 

In this method, internal incisions are made in order to view the nasal structures and make corrections. This technique can be less invasive than open revision rhinoplasty.

Overall, while open and closed revision rhinoplasties offer different benefits depending on individual needs, both can provide excellent results when performed by an experienced facial surgeon. Dr. Nima will discuss the options before surgery to ensure you receive the best possible outcome.

When determining which technique is right for you, Dr. Nima considers several factors, including the extent of the corrections needed, your individual goals, nasal structure, health history, and personal preference. 


Autologous Rib Cartilage: A Reliable Technique for Rhinoplasty

Autologous rib cartilage is a type of tissue grafting technique used in rhinoplasty, or nose job surgery, to help reshape the nose. The incision is made in the lower chest area and is 15mm (around half an inch) long and generally heals quickly and without complications. The incision is 15mm (around half an inch) long and generally heals quickly and without complications.

This procedure improves the aesthetic appearance of your nose as well as strengthens and supports the underlying structure, and provides long-lasting results. Autologous rib cartilage is considered to be one of the most reliable techniques for rhinoplasty due to its ability to offer greater structural support than other types of tissue, such as fat or synthetic implants. According to research, patients who used their own rib cartilage were more satisfied with their aesthetic results overall than those who used cadaveric rib cartilage.  


Choose Dr. Nima For Your Revision Rhinoplasty in Beverly Hills

As a renowned facial plastic surgeon specializing in rhinoplasty and using a patient-first approach, Dr. Nima is here to help you decide which type of revision rhinoplasty—open or closed—is right for you and your unique needs. 

Whether you need to correct a cosmetic or functional issue (or both), you can trust that he will provide the best possible treatment experience and transformational results. Dr. Nima has performed over 8,000 procedures in Beverly Hills and is ready to help you get the look you want through revision rhinoplasty. 

Take the first step in getting the nose of your dreams and contact Eos Rejuvenation in Beverly Hills, California, today. To get in touch with Dr. Nima and his exceptional team, call our practice at (310) 772-2866 or reach out online