Nose Re-operation

Surgery information

There are several reasons for Nose Re-operation. People who had surgery from another hospital before tend to have a variety of shapes of the external and internal state of their noses. Compared to the primary operation, a re-operation has many unpredictable parts.

The reason of nose re-operation is largely divided into two parts:

  1. Functional reasons of exposed prostheses or infection, and
  2. Reasons associated with the shape. In nose re-operation, scar tissue, degree of preservation, or skin conditions are important key factors. In addition, the nose re-operation is possible around six months after the first operation so that the wound has recovered to some extent over a sufficient period. The direction of operation is then determined depending on the patient’s ideal nose and condition of his/her current nose.