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Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty

Although we are proud to be considered one of the UK's leading private Specialists in Revision Rhinoplasty surgery, we understand that being in a position where you are considering a corrective surgery to your nose can very stressful. It requires a lot of thought. The below guidance aims to assist you through to a successful final outcome of your Rhinoplasty journey.

The UK’s Leading Revision Rhinoplasty Specialists

Revision rhinoplasty aims to correct an undesired aesthetic appearance of your nose caused by a previous Rhinoplasty surgery.

Revision Rhinoplasty is a delicate procedure requiring one of the highest levels of specialisation from your Rhinoplasty Surgeon.

At Berkeley Square Medical, we are proud to be multi-award-winning rhinoplasty specialists in all types of nose jobs for both men and women, with one of the lowest revision rates in the UK.

Reasons Why You May Have A Revision Rhinoplasty:

  1. The initial surgery result is too mild. This is by far the most common reason. It usually leans towards your previous surgeon performing a very conservative change. This results in you possibly considering a revision surgery for a further reduction. In many cases, revision surgery is possible, but in some cases, you may be advised that the framework of your nose may prevent further surgery. You may feel your tip is still bulbous looking or is still too large for your face.
  2. The previous Rhinoplasty has created new concerns. This is also quite common, and an example of this usually relates to straightening a previous nasal hump but not de-projecting your nose. It could also be that the nose looks larger at different angles, such as the width of your nose/nostrils.
  3. The risks associated with your previous surgery have affected your final results. You may have regrettably undertaken a surgery where dips and bumps along the contour of your bone recovery have appeared. These can be more visible in natural light or photos. You may also have created too much scar tissue around your nasal tip, making it appear bulbous. Another example is that your bones have not reset, causing a deviation in your nasal profile.

Is Revision Rhinoplasty Common?

Revision Rhinoplasty is one of the highest inquiries by patients in the cosmetic surgery sector for corrective surgery.

Let’s look at why this growing trend is happening and what you should consider before undergoing a revision rhinoplasty.

Different Interpretations

You and your surgeon had different interpretations of your goals.

This is possibly due to a lack of communication. All patients have a goal they wish to achieve, and the first important question your surgeon should answer is, “are your goals within the normal limitations of safe surgery?”

If the answer is yes, then your surgeon should have an experienced understanding of the natural facial anatomy and discuss the aims to proportionate your nasal profile. The goal of rhinoplasty should be to make your nose proportionate to your facial features.

Unrealistic goals

Many surgeons will carry out a Rhinoplasty surgery with a “one size fits all” philosophy, and sadly this might not align with the goals of what you had hoped to achieve.

Patients must be reminded that a slight change in the shape of their nose can change their entire surrounding facial features, and their surgeon must have experience in communicating this clearly.

Your Surgeon had little Rhinoplasty experience

Your surgeon not only needs to be on the specialist register with the General Medical Council (UK) as a Plastic Surgeon in the UK but also needs to have a substantial portfolio of rhinoplasty patients with the lowest possible percentage of revision rhinoplasty cases.

Rhinoplasty, as a surgery, must be one of his/her most frequent surgeries carried out. It is inadvisable to select a surgeon that performs great breast and body surgery results but only performs the odd Rhinoplasty treatment each month.

You did not undertake Rhinoplasty-Imaging

Although this is not a mandatory service, Rhinoplasty Imaging has the great benefit of visually aligning your goals with your surgeon.

At Berkeley Square Medical, we encourage all Rhinoplasty patients suitable for a revision to undergo Rhinoplasty-Imaging, to ensure they have confidence leading into their treatment.

Operated at an undervalued price

There have been growing numbers of patients who sought their previous rhinoplasty abroad. This is often a decision based on price. In almost all cases, surgeries undertook abroad usually mean no aftercare or addressing any risks that have a detrimental effect on their final result.

Berkeley Square Medical’s Revision Rate for Rhinoplasty patients who have had their initial Rhinoplasty elsewhere and have undertaken corrective procedures with us has remained at 0% since 2014.
The reason for this, we believe, is ensuring that our surgeon fully informs our patients on the benefits, risks and reality of what can be achieved.

How Much Does Revision Rhinoplasty Cost?:

Revision Rhinoplasty Cost in London



At Berkeley Square Medical, the cost of Revision Rhinoplasty is set at £8950.00. This is an All-Inclusive set price for all Revision Rhinoplasty patients and includes the full cost of your procedure and your £100 consultation, which is credited against the cost of your surgery.

The cost of your surgery includes the following:

Consultation Cost:

£100 – Your Consultation Is Creditable Towards Your Surgery.

Full After-Care Included:

Complimentary Chauffeur Drive Home After Surgery Anywhere In London.


Full Consultation In-Person With Your Consultant Rhinoplasty Surgeon.

All Additional Items Included:

All Medication And Garments Provided To Take Home.

Pre-Operative Assessment Included:

Pre-Operative (MRSA) Test Included With Your Surgery.

After Care Service Included:

Online Messaging Service 24 Hours A Day For Aftercare Guidance.

Hospital and Anaesthetic Fees Included:

Procedure And Stay At Our State Of The Art Hospital Included with Private Room.

Post-Operative Appointments Included:

7-Day, 12-Week and 6-12 Month Post Operative Appointments.


We do not provide Cosmetic Financing for Revision Rhinoplasty. When considering this cosmetic surgery, we like to ensure that your surgery cost is transparent and clear to understand. The above cost includes your completed Revision Rhinoplasty procedure with no additional hidden costs.

Revision Rhinoplasty Aims We Specialise In


  1. Your Nasal tip requires further reduction to achieve a more proportionate profile.
  2. You have a build-up of scar tissue from your previous surgery that requires re-modelling and reduction.

Your nasal tip sits at the end of your nose, and in some patients, one side of their tip looks different compared to the other. For example, one side may be bigger, smaller, higher, lower, or slightly twisted to one side.

Since the shape of the tip of your nose is largely dependent upon the underlying cartilage, irregular-looking tips usually occur due to your genetics or an injury.

Corrective surgery can be made to the underlying cartilage around the nasal tip so that both sides appear more symmetrical and proportionate.


  1. Your nasal bones have not reset correctly, and your nose appears moderately/severely off-centre from your facial features.
  2. You have a deviated septum that requires straightening to assist with difficulty in breathing.

This procedure is known as a Septoplasty or Septorhinoplasty. Many patients notice that their nose is twisted or deviated, which is more obvious in photos or when light naturally reflects their nose.

A crooked nose occurs due to the nasal bones and/or septum that is not centralised down the midline of your facial profile. As a result, the nose leans to one side.

Our Rhinoplasty surgeon will aim to reset the nasal bones and septum to a more central profile.


  1. Your nose appears too projected and further away from your upper lip.
  2. You feel your nose is still too long when viewing your side profile.

Nasal tip projection is a tip that appears to project too far out, so much so that it looks unnatural. When your nasal tip is overly projected, it may also start to hang down towards your upper lip.

There are two ways that a nasal projection can be corrected:

  1. To reduce the Maxilla Spine of the nose, a thin bone at the base of the nose that gives the nose its projection.
  2. The second involves reducing the nasal tip cartilage to de-project the nose.

In some cases, both techniques are performed to proportionate your nasal profile.


  1. Your nose is wider after your Rhinoplasty and requires narrowing of the nasal profile when viewing your front-facing profile.
  2. Your previous surgeon has widened your nose to treat a previous breathing difficulty.

Some people feel their nose looks fine from the side but not from a front-facing profile.If you have a wide nose, several factors will determine the type of results you can expect from revision rhinoplasty surgery.

If your nose is wide due to its underlying bone structure, then the aim is to make a reduction in the width of your nose.

If you have thicker nasal skin, a surgeon can change your nasal shape and make it slightly more narrow, but there may be limitations to how narrow your nose will appear. Thicker-skinned patients in Rhinoplasty often have limits to how much reduction they can achieve in their nose reshaping results. We often advise skin-thinning creams to use before and after surgery to reduce the thickness of nasal skin, if this is the case.


  1. Your nasal bone is not straight.
  2. There are minor dips or bumps in the side profile of your nose.

Although your previous surgery aim was to shave and straighten your nasal hump, one of the consented risks of rhinoplasty is dips and bumps to the nasal bone that affect the straightness of your side profile as your bones fully heal.

In almost all cases, this can be corrected by re-rasping the nasal bones without the need for fracturing the bone, which is the cause of this risk in rhinoplasty.

In some instances, patients may also want a very subtle curve to their nasal bridge, and we will advise this at your consultation to ensure this looks natural.


  1. Your nasal tip appears bulbous.
  2. Your nasal tip appears to hang downwards.

Causes of this can be due to the weight of the nasal tip and reducing the size of the tip / assessing the scar tissue internally from your previous surgery may elevate the tip to a more proportionate angle. In some cases, you may have swelling in the supra-tip cartilage causing a bend that requires specialisation to correct.


  1. Your nostrils remain flared when you smile.
  2. Your nostrils are asymmetrical.
  3. Your nostrils appear wider due to the reduction of your nasal tip.

Incisions can be made between the inner nostril and columella (skin between your nostrils) and then brought together to shorten the width of your nostril sizes. This has to be performed to ensure your breathing channels are not disrupted.

If you previously underwent an Alar Base Reduction as a part of your first surgery, there is an increased chance that further reduction may not be advisable.

If you are considering revision surgery, it is a very important decision to make with you. Your consultation will include fully discussing your goals and examining if a secondary rhinoplasty will benefit you before making any corrections. Should you be considering revision surgery, it is important that you obtain a full copy of your previous surgeon’s notes to bring to your consultation with us.

Revision Rhinoplasty Consultation

Your consultation is to have a more precise idea of what you can achieve with your cosmetic Rhinoplasty surgery.

Your facial plastic surgeon will first listen to your concerns and will like to fully understand what aspects of your nose are affecting your self-confidence. We also want to know how it is affecting you and to set realistic expectations. This leads your consultation towards the changes you wish to make before your surgeon advises the steps that can be taken with a Rhinoplasty surgery to a successful nose reshaping.

This is a part of your journey where you can decide whether this procedure is right for you and understand the expertise of your surgeon in how he will achieve the best results for you. We aim for proportion to the nose, which ultimately means we aim for a natural final shape for you.

The consultation with your surgeon is:

  • To fully discuss what makes you unhappy about your primary rhinoplasty results and what changes you wish to achieve with your revision rhinoplasty.
  • To discuss your expectations and then consult you about what can be achieved, keeping within the boundaries of a safe and successful change.
  • Conduct an examination of the nose, including the thickness and elasticity of your nasal skin, and light reflection against your nose to observe any minor anomalies in the previous recovery.
  • Explain the full procedure in detail to you and the surgical techniques that will be used to help achieve your goal successfully.
  • If applicable, take you through before and after photos of previous patients that best relate to you and the final results other patients have achieved.
  • Discuss the risks and benefits associated with a revision surgery, your medical history, and any questions you may have for your Surgeon.
  • Advise whether having a preview aim of your final result with our Rhinoplasty Imaging Service will assist you in making the best decision with your surgeon.

Upon your initial consultation, a second appointment with our Rhinoplasty clinical team will follow, which will provide the confirmed procedure cost, the booking process, and information to take home to read before making an informed decision to have your procedure with us.

We like to provide complete details about our Surgeon’s Accreditations and Awards, more information about our London hospital, and several guide booklets that guide you through the risks and benefits of nose surgery and the terms and conditions of your treatment.

Revision Rhinoplasty Techniques

The surgical techniques used in your corrective surgery will depend largely on the goals desired by you and our Rhinoplasty surgeon. Generally, specialist surgeons prefer to perform all of the incisions inside your nose, where scarring will not be visible.

Below are the two main different techniques of nose reshaping surgery that can be performed. Knowing these techniques will make you much better prepared when seeing your surgeon. Both techniques will have advantages and disadvantages relating to your goals, and our surgeon may talk you through these before you decide on the best technique for you.


The closed technique is considered a very advanced cosmetic surgery method in the UK and US and is a technical approach we advise in the first instance. This involves making incisions internally within the nose and has the advantage of leaving no visible external scars. This remains our first choice in approach on all first-time rhinoplasty procedures and many revision cases we treat from other clinics.

Closed rhinoplasty surgery can be used for some types of rhino tip surgery, removing bumps or humps, reshaping cartilage and bones, broken nose cosmetic surgery, deviated septum surgery, preservation rhinoplasty, and removing excess soft tissue.

Ideally, you should elect to have closed rhinoplasty as your first option. This, however, may not be possible in every case, depending on the type of result that you would like to achieve.

Closed Rhinoplasty


Open rhinoplasty involves an incision across the lower or mid-columella, the skin in the middle of your nose that sits between the nostrils.

These open incisions allow a surgeon to lift the skin upwards and over your nasal tip, thereby exposing the cartilage and bone structure of your nasal cavity under the soft tissues.

Open rhinoplasty surgery tends to be most suitable for patients undergoing complex procedures such as revision or reconstructive surgery (using cartilage grafts), where clear access to your nasal skeleton is preferred by rhinoplasty surgeons.

You are likely to have a small scar across your columella once you have recovered from your surgery, but in most cases, this scar will fade and be barely visible.

Nose surgery procedures are usually performed under local anaesthetic, but in some cases, total intravenous anaesthesia may be needed.

Open Rhinoplasty

Revision Rhinoplasty Recovery & Aftercare

We are one of very few clinics in the UK to provide direct Online Messaging Services 24 hours a day with 2 dedicated members of our rhinoplasty clinical team who are on hand to assist you during your recovery, as well as your Surgeon.


Our priority is that your rhinoplasty recovery process is straightforward and quick. You will be provided aftercare instructions by our surgeon and nursing team once ready to discharge you from the hospital. This will include any pain medications and antibiotics (if applicable). All nasal packs are removed completely before you leave the hospital.

We want to ensure that you can get home safely. For this reason, all rhinoplasty patients are chauffeur driven home complimentary (Within London/Greater London) as a part of our aftercare to you.


You will feel slightly tired from the general anaesthetic medication until it wears off. You may also be generally exhausted from the experience of a long day; at this point, any swelling to the nose will increase together with a blocked nose. Slight breathing difficulties are expected. Bleeding may also continue slightly within the first 24 hours, and padding is provided to absorb any slight discharge.


Patients feel much better after the first and the second day after the nose job, with more energy and a sense of returning to normal indoor activities. Bruising and swelling reach their maximum point within the first 72 hours, and you may notice you are more swollen than when you left the hospital on the day of your cosmetic surgery.

Pain and discomfort are generally mild and can be managed with over-the-counter medication. Most patients report that breathing from their mouth creates the most discomfort but no pain.


Generally, the healing process is well underway, and all patients will see a significant improvement in swelling and bruising. Bruising discolouration has subsided and turned yellow and swelling has noticeably reduced.


You will return to the hospital for your first post-operative review, in which any stitches are removed together with your nasal splint. We often tell our patients to soak their nasal splint the night before their appointment to make removing it pain-free.

Though our surgeons use dissolvable skin sutures, we will check to ensure your incisions have healed. You will also be assessed for any leftover swelling and any advice to help improve your rhinoplasty recovery time. Any international patients can travel by air at this point (unless otherwise agreed to depart earlier).


Your nose may slightly widen 24 hours after removing your nasal splint, but this usually resolves back to normal within 24-48 hours. Your nose will start to take better shape, and although you will still have tip swelling, you will undoubtedly notice the change in shape and size of your nose. You can start to resume very light gym and cardio in moderation. Mostly all patients will return to work at this stage in recovery with no signs that a surgical procedure has occurred.


Your nose will be improving in shape and size. It is advisable to monitor progress on a 6-weekly schedule instead of a daily observation. This helps patients take the attention off their noses, and gives a greater sense of calmness during the recovery.


You will have been booked for your second post-operative appointment with our dedicated nursing team or Surgeon. This appointment is to evaluate the initial results and recovery progress, including:

  1. Taking your first set of post-operation photos
  2. Comparing your pre-surgery and initial post-surgery photos
  3. Assessing how your bones are healing and swelling reduction and where we expect further reduction and change.
  4. Advising any treatments that we may want to perform or recommend to help with your recovery for both aesthetic and functional purposes.


Your third post-operative appointment with be around the 6-month stage. This review is much like the 3-month review but a continuation of observing your nose, which will be closer to its final result, and assessing the finesse differences between your 3-month recovery photos and the new photo gallery on this day.


As a part of your aftercare, we advise all patients to book around their anniversary stage for a final assessment of the results. The full recovery after a nose reshaping surgery takes up to 12 months but can sometimes continue with minor internal healing. This is because we include all the hidden aspects of the recovery, such as inner cartilage scar healing and superficial swelling reduction.

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    At A Glance

    • Surgery time

      Approx. 1-2 hours

    • Hospital Stay

      Same-day Surgery

    • Technique Used

      Specialising in both Closed & Open Rhinoplasty

    • Splint and Suture Removal

      After 1 week

    • Driving

      48 Hours

    • Time off work(Working From Home)

      24 hours after surgery

    • Client Facing

      1 week

    • Shower


    • Initial Recovery

      2-4 Week

    • Full Recovery

      12 Months

    Revision Rhinoplasty Assessment

    If you require revision rhinoplasty at Berkeley Square Medical, here is some information of the process.

    • You will be assessed by our rhinoplasty specialist and a full revision rhinoplasty treatment plan will be discussed with you. This will include both the benefits and limitations of having another procedure. The objective is to best achieve what you first wished for in your first rhinoplasty

    • We may want to ask you for a selection of current profile photos to discuss a brief description of what changes you are hoping to achieve and whether we can start on the correct steps first before attending your surgeon consultation

    • We will listen very carefully to what you first wanted to achieve and will go through with you a comprehensive portfolio of rhinoplasty before and after photos of previous patients to establish how your corrective results will appear. This may include a recommendation to have rhinoplasty imaging with us.

    • Your previous procedure will likely have caused internal scarring to the cartilage and scar tissue within your nose, which may be removed or reshaped. This is often a more intricate procedure to correct before making the final corrected changes to the shape and size of your nose.

    If an improvement can be achieved, we will aim for a successful and final rhinoplasty. However, if an improvement can’t be made due to potential higher risks, be prepared to be advisded to avoid any further surgery in your best interests.
    Reasons that a revision rhinoplasty may not be the right choice for you, may include that there is a limitation of what can be achieved with a second surgery, such as breathing difficulties. It is essential that, as a revision rhinoplasty patient, you try to obtain your previous medical notes from your last rhinoplasty surgery. This is sometimes very easy, but we appreciate that the paperwork of a surgery previously carried out abroad, can often be challenging to obtain. Having your previous medical notes often helps to avoid the need for intra-operative decisions being made during your surgery.


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    Revision Rhinoplasty Imaging



    We are a specialist clinic in Rhinoplasty Imaging at both our Harley Street and London Mayfair Branches. We use the latest software to allow you to visualize your anticipated results as well as to communicate with our Rhinoplasty surgeon a clearer understanding of your desired goals.

    Rhinoplasty Imaging can be performed after your consultation, as an additional optional service. All imaging is based on the medical notes made by your surgeon after fully discussing the aesthetic changes you wish to make.

    Imaging can also be undertaken before your consultation, and your before and after results can thereafter be further discussed at your Surgeon consultation. The cost of this Rhinoplasty Imaging is set at £150; this is additional to your consultation fee (£100).

    Imaging includes SIX photo slides; a before and after slide of your Front, Angle, and Side Facing Profile, and also a zoomed-in focus of the before and after of your nasal profile at all three angles.

    Rhinoplasty Imaging is not Photoshop, it is designed to work with your facial anatomy and the unlying structure of your nose. This means that limitations are safely in place to image more accurately to proportionate and natural changes.

    Our Consultant Rhinoplasty Specialist

    Mr. Taimur Shoaib

    A Multi-Award-Winning Plastic surgeon, Mr. Taimur Shoaib is proud to be regarded by fellow facial plastic surgeons as one of the UK’s Top Rhinoplasty Surgeons specializing in all cosmetic nose surgery including revision and re-constructive Rhinoplasty. He demonstrates the surgical ability to accomplish life-changing aesthetic results for each patient keeping within the limitations of a safe surgery guideline. Mr. Shoaib’s substantial portfolio carries over 19’000 patients treated in Aesthetic Surgery throughout his 30 years as a Plastic Surgeon

    Awards & Accreditation:

    Award winning clinic

    Berkeley Square Medical
    • World Renowned Medical District

      Located on Harley Street, London. Considered one of the top medical districts worldwide.

    • Award-Winning Hospital

      Winners of "Best Private Hospital London" at the Medical Aesthetic Awards.

    • Regulated By the Care Quality Commission

      Fully accredited hospital regulated by the UK Care Quality Commission UK (CQC).

    • Consultant Led Practitioners

      All practitioners are GMC Consultants in their respective specialisations of practice.


    Our surgeons are here to guide you to make the right choice so that any Revision Rhinoplasty can be rectified best achieve your original goals.



    • When is Revision Rhinoplasty not considered a Corrective Surgery?

      Not all second surgeries to your nose are considered a revision rhinoplasty in our specialisation. E.g You may have had a Rhinoplasty under the NHS previously for an accident or breathing issue. E.g You previous surgeon has not operated or touched certain areas of your nose that will be addressed with a second surgery. In examples like these, we may likely consider your surgery as a Primary Rhinoplasty.

    • When should you consider a Revision Rhinoplasty?

      Many patients ask how long they should wait after the first nose surgery before a revision surgery can be considered. Even if you are unhappy with the results in the early stages of the recovery of your primary rhinoplasty, you must allow 12 months to fully heal before deciding to see a revision specialist. It is not unreasonable to book your consultation a couple of months before your full recovery.

    • Will I be suitable for Revision Surgery?

      Revision Rhinoplasty is very common but, in all cases, must be discussed in depth at your consultation. In all instances, the risks associated with your first surgery do not change with a Reivison Rhinoplasty. There are instances where having a revision carries added uncertainty and if this is the case, this will be discussed fully at your appointment. In most cases, a revision surgery has very positive benefits to achieve the original aims of your nasal shape. However, in some cases further surgery may not be advised for your nest interests.

    • Is recovery in Revision Surgery longer?

      Not always. We expect you to have a visual improvement of changes in the first 6-week after surgery, much like with Primary Rhinoplasty. We observe that most revision surgeries carry less swelling and bruising the second time. This may be due to your body understanding the recovery better after the first surgery. However, it is important to note that although a primary rhinoplasty takes 12-months on average to fully heal, it may take longer in revision surgery.


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