Manish H. Shah MD, FACS

Fellowship Trained Rhinoplasty Specialist

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Botched nose job needs revision rhinoplasty in Denver*

Procedure Details


Botched rhinoplasty revision

This wonderful patient from Pennsylvania had a rhinoplasty in her late teens. Her first surgeon lowered her bridge too much and resected too much cartilage in her nasal tip. This created an over-resected dorsum and post-operative alar retraction. She consulted with Denver revision rhinoplasty specialist Manish H. Shah, MD, FACS of Shah Aesthetic Surgery.  Dr. Shah was fellowship-trained in rhinoplasty surgery at the famed Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital in New York City. There he was trained in the most advanced techniques for primary, ethnic, and revision rhinoplasty procedures. Dr. Shah opted to perform an open rhinoplasty to reconstruct the bridge of her nose and repair her alar retraction. He used an advanced material known as Medpor (ePTFE/porous Goretex) to repair her severely retracted nose. Other than some mild delay in healing around the implant material, the surgery was a success and that patient was able to look at her nose without seeing the previous damage so easily. She was happy with the outcome of the revision rhinoplasty procedure.


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