In actuality, rhinoplasty is widely regarded as the most difficult of all cosmetic procedures. Even a modest change in nasal contour requires a sophisticated understanding of nasal anatomy, precise surgical technique, and familiarity with the myriad pitfalls that can lead to potential complications.
For most surgeons, near total dedication to the study and practice of this demanding operation is needed to achieve mastery. For this same reason, rhinoplasty is also perhaps the least commonly mastered of all cosmetic procedures, and naïve or misguided surgical strategies often result from under-appreciation of this exacting and complex operation. And while your local surgeon may have a justifiably stellar reputation for other types of cosmetic surgery, his or her mastery of this highly specialized operation may be far from cutting edge.
Medical literature has suggested that the revision rate of Rhinoplasty or cosmetic nose surgery is between 10 and 15 percent, therefore Rhinoplasty has about an 85 to 90 percent success rate, although this could be higher if the operation is performed by board-certified plastic surgeons specializing in this procedure.
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