Repairing a collapsed valve after rhinoplasty

Many of my Houston revision rhinoplasty and Houston rhinoplasty patients who present to my office have issues with their nasal breathing.  This may be due to a deviated septum, enlarged turbiantes, or nasal valve collapse.  The nasal valves are areas of the nose with the highest resistance to nasal airflow.  There are actually two valves in the nose which are the internal…

Rhinoplasty for a bifid tip

Some of my Houston rhinoplasty patients seek consultation for a bifid nasal tip or cleft nasal tip.  This is due to a shadowing appearance between the two tip cartilages with a depression of the skin in that region. A bifid tip can be corrected by using cartilage grafting from septoplasty for a deviated septum as a columellar strut and tip suturing techniques to bring…

Repeat eyelid surgery

Many of my Houston eyelid surgery patients come to see me 10-15 years after their first upper eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty stating that they now see similar changes to those that drove them to the intitial surgery.  Surgery for the aging face does not halt the aging process.  The eyelid skin is the thinnest skin in the body and the area that demonstrates…

Repeat facelift surgery

Some of my Houston facelift patients have had a previous facelift or necklift many years prior and now need another facelift or neck lift.  They may have been unhappy with their original facelift or simply feel the effects of aging and need another facelift.  

Repeat facelift or necklift is a surgery that requires attention to detail.  The previous scars may…