Revision Rhinoplasty Before and after pictures in Latham, NY, Patient 28444
Notice the tip of the nose is less rotated and less projected restoring this patient with a more natural appearance of her nose.
This is a 41 year old female who was unable to breathe through her nose and was distraught with the appearance of her nose after two previous rhinoplasties done elsewhere. In the preoperative lateral view, notice the shortened nose with a scooped appearance and the over rotated and over projected tip. After revision rhinoplasty and insertion of a gortex implant, this patient's breathing was improved, the nasal length was restored, and the profile is straightened. The tip is less rotated and less projected to restore a more natural appearance to the nose.
Twenty six years ago my parents allowed me to have a "nose job". Though better looking and without a deviated septum, I was happy for a while until a decade later I felt it was time to do a better job. I saved up for years but the result was disappointing, my nose was pointed up, scooped out and what was left of my septum was now gone altogether to the tip of my very pointy nose.
Though told never to manipulate my nose by several different doctors over the years, I became depressed. I didn't breathe very well, and kept my head lowered when I spoke to people so they didn't have to look up my nose. I never had a photograph in profile. When I heard that Dr. Williams specialized in "reconstructive rhinoplasty", I went, without much hope, for a consultation. It seems he believed he could help me, and I made the leap of faith and gave him that opportunity.
Of course, being practical, I thought I shouldn't waste good anesthesia, and decided on a few more added procedures. The same day of surgery, I awoke to find the woman in the mirror I had been seeking for decades and it's gotten even better every day. Dr. Williams is more than a surgeon, he's an artist. Beth from Rexford, NY