America's Top Plastic Surgeon Princeton New Jerseay NJ

Revision Rhinoplasty

Conveniently located to serve the areas of Princeton and New Jersey

Prior nose surgery or rhinoplasty may result in a nose that is asymmetric or does not look natural. If you have had a prior nose procedure you may have a number of concerns.

– The first is that you may not be satisfied with the aesthetic and functional result.

– Second is that you may have lost confidence in your previous surgeon, and you are also probably wondering if a revision rhinoplasty will help fix your concerns or will cause more deformity.

Dr. Hamawy and his staff are well trained in helping you overcome these worries. We will help you feel at ease and try to work together towards reaching your goals of looking and breathing better.

Why Choose Revision Rhinoplasty?

Revision surgery is about restoring structure and strength.

By choosing Dr. Hamawy for surgery, the goal is to improve the functional and cosmetic results from prior procedures. Noses that look too narrow or pinched usually don’t look good or work well. Improving airflow through the nose will also enhance the appearance.

Some of the typical signs of a nose that has been “over-done” is that it is too narrow, has a pinched tip, a collapsed or scooped out profile, or pulled up nostrils. If you are seeking any surgery, especially revision surgery, you must ask the specialist about their experience and expertise in this area.

Dr. Hamawy will conduct a thorough evaluation inside and outside of your nose. Dr. Hamawy will evaluate the nasal structures including the septum, turbinates, internal and external nasal valves and the underlying anatomy of the nasal bone and cartilage framework. Digital imaging is used to review external changes that can be realistically expected for your nose.

It’s only natural to want to look and feel your best. Dr. Adam Hamawy can try to restore a natural shape to your nose and improve the function to give you back your confidence.

Quick Facts

LENGTH?: 1-3 hours

ANESTHESIA: Local and Sedation or General


RECOVERY: Return to work: 7 – 10 days