Before and After Revision Rhinoplasty *

* Patients individual results may vary.

Case # 1204

This patient had a prior rhinoplasty with another doctor and was very unhappy with her resulting wide nostrils, bumpy cartilage, and ski-slope silhouette. Dr. Weintraub, with an open rhinoplasty, made the nostrils smaller, smoothed the cartilage, and straightened the silhouette.

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Case # 1203

This patient underwent a prior rhinoplasty with another doctor where too much bone and cartilage were removed. Dr. Barry Weintraub revised the former surgery using carefully carved pieces of the patient’s own septum, therefore straightening the bridge.

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Case # 1202

Dr. Weintraub often performs secondary rhinoplasties on patients who request his expertise to correct prior surgeries done at other offices. This patient was left with a gross nasal deformity from a prior rhinoplasty done elsewhere. This early post-op photo reveals full correction of the knuckles of cartilage at the tip and correction of the asymmetry.

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Case # 1201

This patient had prior rhinoplasties overseas, leaving her with a totally collapsed nose known as a “saddle nose” deformity. Because there was no longer any structural support, Dr. Weintraub performed a non-surgical rhinoplasty with injectable Radiesse.

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Case # 1205

This patient had a rhinoplasty overseas that left her with a blunted nasal tip. To correct this, Dr. Weintraub performed a secondary rhinoplasty, and inserted an umbrella graft to increase her tip projection.

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Case # 1206

This patient had a prior rhinoplasty elsewhere that left him with a noticeable bump on the dorsum of his nose and a drooping tip. Dr. Weintraub, top rhinoplasty surgeon, removed the bump and gave the patient the tip angle he desired.

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Case # 1207

This patient disliked the asymmetry of her nostrils as well as her plunging tip that showed most prominently when smiling. By carefully addressing just this issue, Dr. Weintraub created a much more harmonious facial balance.

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