Revision Rhinoplasty

The following instructions are given to Dr. Grigoryants' patients after rhinoplasty. These instructions may be modified for each patient depending on what was performed during surgery.First day after surgery:  Keep you upper back elevated 30-40 degrees.  Apply cold compress (cloth soaked in cold water or crushed...

Pollybeak deformity after primary rhinoplasty is defined by the appearance of a dorsal hump forms a nasal convexity that resembles a parrot’s beak. This occurs when the area above the tip of the nose on the bridge, known as the supratip, turns downward causing under-rotation....

Secondary nose surgery, or revision rhinoplasty, can involve similar motions that were administered in a patient’s initial nose surgery, but not everything will be the same. The goal for patients is to achieve better results than what they gained in their previous nose surgery, and...

The holiday season is in full effect, and what a better time to talk about redesigning your nasal structure for the new year. You may be thinking of some of the flaws that occurred after recovery from your primary rhinoplasty and feel the need to...

Just as any other surgery, there are certain misfortunes that cannot be avoided. Rhinoplasty is probably one of the most difficult cosmetic surgeries and most plastic surgeons will admit to this. No one can claim to provide their patients with the perfect nose. However, years...

Nose surgery offers results that can significantly improve your overall appearance. Helping you understanding what the surgery can and cannot do is part of the consultation with the plastic surgeon. Before the patient and surgeon commit to the procedure, predictions of results will settle patient’s...