Rhinoplasty can sometimes involve completely reconstructing the nose. What makes this a tricky procedure to perform and how do you get through it?
A total reconstruction of the nose is necessary at times after severe facial trauma. The most important issue with these patients is the quality of their nasal skin and presence or absence of extensive scarring around the nose caused by previous injury or less than optimal surgery. A nasal Specialist surgeon with significant experience will have an advantage to assess the complexity of the reconstruction and obtain the most rewarding final outcome.