Welcome to the realm of specialized revision facial surgery, where Dr. Russell excels in the art of transforming dissatisfaction into renewed confidence.
What is Revision Surgery?
Revision surgery, in the context of cosmetic and plastic surgery, refers to a secondary or follow-up surgical procedure. It is performed to correct or improve the results of a previous surgical intervention. This type of surgery is often sought by individuals who are dissatisfied with the outcomes of their initial cosmetic procedure. It is also used for those who have experienced complications or changes in their appearance over time.
A revision, or secondary, facelift is a facelift procedure performed for the second time. There are several reasons that patients choose this procedure. First, even the best quality facelift doesn’t last forever. Even with a high-quality facelift, people continue to age. The work must be revised after around a decade for the best results. Second, some people decide to have a revision performed because they are not happy with the results of their first facelift.
Primary rhinoplasty is a complex surgical procedure. Patients always hope that their first rhinoplasty procedure is their last. Sometimes though, they need a second procedure to achieve their desired results. In these cases, a secondary nose job or revision rhinoplasty procedure is the best solution. Revision procedures are performed to correct any aesthetic and functional problems that persist after the original surgery. About 15% of rhinoplasty patients undergo a secondary nose job.
Facial scar revision is a specialized cosmetic surgical procedure aimed at improving the appearance of facial scars. This type of surgery is typically performed to reduce the visibility of scars resulting from injuries, accidents, surgeries, or previous skin conditions on the face.