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Revision Rhinoplasty

There are many reasons why a rhinoplasty procedure may fail to produce the desired results. In any case, it can be an exceptionally traumatic event to go through. At FacesFirst, we want our patients to be completely confident in how they look, which is why we offer the revision rhinoplasty procedure, which corrects any misdoing in previous rhinoplasty surgeries. Get the results you expected the first time. Feel confident when you look in the mirror.

For more information on revision rhinoplasty surgery and how we can enhance your appearance, please contact us at 303-744-2300.

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Meet Dr. Christopher Cote
Dr. Christopher Cote is a revision rhinoplasty expert. He has years of experience performing this procedure and has been able to handle the most complex cases with ease and finesse. He is double-board certified and fellowship trained, meaning that he understands both the aesthetics and the functional aspects of the nose.

Dr. Cote’s years of experience include working with the United States Army, which included overseas assignments as Chief of Otolaryngology for U.S. Forces in Korea. There, he gained extensive experience in facial reconstruction while treating many of the war wounded from the Iraq and Afghanistan operations. Dr. Cote also served as Chief of Facial Plastic Surgery for four years and served as Chief of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery at Walter Reed. In addition, he worked as the otolaryngology consultant to the White House Medical Unit.

A rhinoplasty can alter the entire look of your face and impact your health. Make sure a true expert is treating you.

Visualize Cosmetic Surgery Results
Revision rhinoplasty is a term to describe a nose surgery procedure to correct problems or deformities from a previous rhinoplasty. Dr. Christopher Cote is a specialist in revision rhinoplasty. He has the experience and expertise needed to correct problems, and he takes pride in giving patients results they can be confident in.
Revision rhinoplasty is generally considered one of the hardest procedures among all cosmetic surgeries. This is due to the fact that damaged cartilage will need to be virtually rebuilt from scratch to create the new nasal skeleton. To build a new nasal skeleton, graft material, or cartilage, may be harvested from one of three areas of the body: the nasal septum (septal) cartilage, ear (conchal) cartilage or the rib (costal) cartilage. In some cases, the damage may be too severe to safely be taken from these areas, and synthetic tissue may be used instead. Another possibility is that all of the above may be used, both the natural and synthetic cartilage.
Due to the complexities of this surgery, revision rhinoplasty is a much longer procedure in the operating room and it has a much longer recovery time. Recovery time might be anywhere from 6 months to 2 years depending on the severity of the damage and the health of the skin.

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