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Dr. Jay Calvert Discusses the Limitations of the Results in Secondary Rhinoplasty

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Dr. Jay Calvert, Board-certified plastic; Revision Rhinoplasty specialist

Dr. Jay Calvert is a world-renown Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon who specializes in Rhinoplasty. Throughout his career he has developed advanced expertise in Rhinoplasty, facial aesthetics, and minimally invasive endoscopic brow and facelifts, in which he has become a recognized leader in Revision Rhinoplasty. Dr. Calvert pioneered the technique ofdiced cartilage and fascia for the bridge of the nose with his mentor, Dr. Rollin Daniel. Check out the article here...

We recently asked Dr. Jay Calvert the question: “What are the realistic factors and limitations of performing a Secondary Rhinoplasty?”

Dr. Jay Calvert ofRox Surgical Center states the limitations of the results in Secondary Rhinoplasty is dependent on the skin sleeve in terms of it looking natural and beautiful, which he says really has to do with how much scarring there is in the skin sleeve and the fundamental shape of the patients nose and face before ever having surgery. Once having a single surgery the skin is different and is now skin with scar, therefore making desired results even more difficult to reach. Watch the video to learn more… Great insight!

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Dr. Jay Calvert is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and Founder of the Prestigious Rox Surgical Center in Beverly Hills and Orange County, California.  For a consultation appointment call 310.777.8800 or visit www.drcalvert.com

More on Dr. Jay Calvert and Revision Rhinoplasty

With Dr. Calvert’s latest publication in the May issue of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, entitled Reconstructive Rhinoplasty: Operative Revision of Patients with Previous Autologous Costol Cartliage Grafts, he shows a sample of revision rhinoplasty patients who have had at least two previous rhinoplasty operations including one with rib cartilage has the possibility of nasal repair when skilled rhinoplasty surgeons use state-of-the-art techniques.

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