Undergoing a primary rhinoplasty can be daunting, as it requires a great deal of trust placed in one’s plastic surgeon to begin with. This is why it can be doubly frustrating when one’s initial aesthetic goals are not achieved.
Dr. Fechner performs revision rhinoplasty to correct the work of previous surgeons or to mitigate changes that occurred in the nose after an accident or injury. His rigorous training background, elite skill set, and consummate artistry allow Dr. Fechner to overcome a variety of obstacles such as excess scar tissue and a loss of cartilage to provide you with a truly beautiful, nuanced final result.
When a plastic surgeon goes too far during a rhinoplasty procedure and over-removes bone and cartilage, it can result in structural imbalances that inhibit proper breathing. Alternatively, when a surgeon doesn’t go far enough in creating the requested changes, it can leave the patient feeling disappointed and frustrated with their results.
Dr. Fechner performs revision rhinoplasty to correct problems that may have arisen during your primary nose surgery, beautifully restoring both form and function to the midface. If you are unhappy with your nasal bridge, tip, nostrils, or breathing after a previous rhinoplasty, call us today to schedule your private consultation with Dr. Fechner in the Boston and Worcester area.
Anyone who is unhappy with the outcome of their first nose surgery can pursue a revision procedure, provided they have waited about one year for the swelling to die down. Most clients seeking revision nose surgery are struggling with one of the following:
Dr. Fechner can correct these concerns and many more. Despite the complexity of revision rhinoplasty, Dr. Fechner is able to minimize scarring and expedite your recovery through his advanced, innovative approach. Call us today to schedule a private consultation in the Boston and Worcester area.
Just as with a primary rhinoplasty, swelling, bruising, and tenderness may occur. Dr. Fechner will make sure you receive the proper pain medications as well as a detailed aftercare plan for managing your recovery. The nose may feel “stuffed” for a period of time, but rest assured that this is perfectly normal and will resolve over time. Within about two weeks, you’ll begin seeing the beginnings of your new nasal shape emerge, and your confidence will soar. Call Dr. Fechner in Boston today to get started on your path to a better quality of life.
Dr. Fechner is a board-certified Facial Plastic Surgeon whose combination of skill, training, experience, and artistry consistently delivers exceptional, natural-looking results to patients in the Boston and Worcester areas. He is committed to providing a personalized outcome for his revision rhinoplasty clients, correcting flaws and imbalances while beautifully achieving your original aesthetic goals.
Born and raised in Germany, Dr. Fechner first attended the University of Freiburg Medical School before completing his training with an elite scholarship at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester. He then pursued a surgical internship at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and a four-year residency at the Harvard-affiliated Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary in Boston.