Revision rhinoplasty for a crooked nose

Many of my Houston revision rhinoplasty patients are concerned about a crooked nose after their previous rhinoplasty.  Crooked noses, even without being a revision, are difficult due to cartilage memory.  That memory and stiffness to the cartilage could be even worse with a revision due to surronding scar tissue.  This makes the cartilage less malleable and more difficult to shape.  Grafting is frequently necessary for a crooked nose utilizing septal cartilage or rib cartilage in a revision rhinoplasty when septal cartilage is not available.


Dr. Funk is a top revision rhinoplasty surgeon in Houston Texas.  

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