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North Carolina Revision Rhinoplasty Surgery

Rhinoplasty requires intricate precision, talented artistry and years of surgical experience to master. Therefore, it is not uncommon for patients to have poor results from choosing a less experienced plastic surgeon. At Forever Faces Plastic Surgery, we have an elite facial plastic surgeon who specializes in revision rhinoplasty. We acknowledge how disheartening and uncomfortable it can be when your rhinoplasty produces poor results, as it can affect both the aesthetics and function of your nose. With his extensive rhinoplasty training and dedication to patient-centered care, you can trust that Dr. Spence is well-equipped to correct your nose job imperfections and help you attain the results you originally set out for. Depending on your unique concerns, we offer advanced rhinoplasty techniques that address the external characteristics as well as the internal structures of your nose. There is no reason to suffer from restricted breathing or be self-conscious about the asymmetry of your nose because your past rhinoplasty was poorly executed.

Corrective Nose Job Surgery

The goals of a revision rhinoplasty align with those of a primary rhinoplasty, which is to create results that are natural and balanced with the rest of the face. While the nose is a prominent and central facial feature, it should never be a distraction from your overall facial beauty. Dr. Spence understands the unique needs of both men and women when it comes to creating an attractive nose. Whether it has been months or years since your prior rhinoplasty, we are able to correct problems caused by poor execution, improper healing, scar formation, lack of internal support, under correction, over reduction and more.

Dr. Spence is known for his excellence in revision rhinoplasty, a demanding procedure that requires remarkable skill. We proudly offer corrective nose job techniques that address the following concerns after a previous rhinoplasty:

  • Nasal tip unrefined
  • Nostrils too wide
  • Aesthetic imbalance
  • Bridge issues/ profile deformity
  • Nasal valve collapse

To learn more about North Carolina’s leading Revision Rhinoplasty Specialist, please contact our office today. We are happy to schedule a consultation with Dr. Spence so that we can develop a customized treatment plan to restore your confidence and comfort.