It is not uncommon for people to experience severe anxiety regarding the appearance or shape of their nose. This concern has led to an overwhelming sense of despair and even severe depression in some cases. After years of enduring this type of anguish, can you imagine the disappointment that a person would experience if they undergo a rhinoplasty that does not result in the changes they had hoped for? There are occasions where the person is simply not pleased with post-surgery results. There are several reasons this may occur. Perhaps the surgeon they chose was not experienced in rhinoplasty surgery or the surgeon operated with the results they preferred rather than listening to their client’s wishes. The nose is comprised of delicate cartilage and tissues. There is a possibility that it may have been damaged during the healing process, resulting in its shape being altered. Whatever the reasons, a revision rhinoplasty (also known as a secondary rhinoplasty) is the facial plastic surgery that can help correct a poor result of a primary rhinoplasty.