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Revision Facial Contouring

Corrected facial contours through more precise diagnosis and thorough planning

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Revision facial contouring is more difficult than the initial surgery.

A facial contouring procedure covers a large area, leading to more peeling, bone relocations, and osteotomies. This is why patients find a revision facial contouring intimidating and worrisome, and the distrust and loss of confidence from the previous procedure make the revision surgery more difficult.
The need to take small changes made in various facial parts (e.g., bones, muscles, fat, nerves, etc.) into consideration makes revision facial contouring even trickier, and the bones having been moved or shaved previously leave limited room for revision fixations as well.

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Revision Surgery is Trickier
  • Psychological Anxiety
    Psychological Anxiety

    Dissatisfaction from the previous surgery can create distrust and loss of confidence, making revisions more difficult.

  • Change in facial structure tissues
    Change in facial structure tissues

    The revision surgery must take the changes in facial bones, skin, muscles, fat, and nerves into consideration.

  • More difficult fixation
    More difficult fixation

    The previous surgery has moved or reduced the bones, leaving less room to make fixations.

A surgeon with experience and skills can prevent the repeating cycle of revision surgeries.

Because revision facial contouring is a tricky procedure, the patient must be more careful when selecting the surgeon and the clinic. If the surgeon does not fully understand the issues with the existing surgery or performs an inappropriate procedure because of insufficient skills, another revision may be necessary.

Since founded in 2000, BANOBAGI has been operating a specialist team with experience and skills in facial contouring. Our one-on-one primary care physician system and real-name-operating-room system offer more trustworthy planning for your revision facial contouring; and our equipment and facilities, providing precision diagnosis, can more accurately identify the issues with the previous surgery and determine the need for improvement. Moreover, our extensive experience allows us to select the surgical method that suits your needs, leading to more complete surgeries.

DR.Changhyun Oh, DR.Jonglim Park
Revision Facial Contouring: Why You Should Choose BANOBAGI
  • Psychological Anxiety
    One-on-One Primary Care physician System, Real-Name-Operating-Room System
    One-on-One Primary Care physician System,
    Real-Name-Operating-Room System

    We strive to be more trustworthy, with our one-on-one primary care physician system and real-name-operating-room system, and through honest consultation, we clearly share the possibility of improvement and the direction we aim to take.

  • Change in facial structure tissues
    Precision Diagnostics System
    Precision Diagnostics System

    We can more accurately identify the current states, issues, and possible improvements through our precision diagnostics systems, such as 3D CAT scan, X-ray, and comprehensive medical exams.

  • More difficult fixation
    Dedicated Facial Contouring Specialist Team
    Dedicated Facial Contouring Specialist Team

    Since founded in 2000, BANOBAGI has been operating a specialist team with experience and skills in facial contouring: we can apply surgical methods that fit your individual needs and provide more complete surgeries.

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Awkward rear jaw or jawline resurfacing

A surgeon with experience and skills in facial contouring can make thorough calculations and effectively reduce the jawbone through a single osteotomy. However, faulty calculations or multiple osteotomies can leave an awkwardly shaped rear jaw. In such cases, the magnitude of the previous surgery should be identified through precise diagnosis, and improvement can be made by creating a desired jawline through an additional osteotomy.

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    Six months after surgery
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    Six months after surgery

Dissatisfaction from insufficient slimness

Insufficient communication during the consultation, the surgeon’s failure to consider the jaw dimensions, or a simple jaw osteotomy without factoring in muscle or fat development can lead to dissatisfaction about the results. This can be corrected, and the jawbone can be slimmed down with additional jawbone improvement: through more precise diagnosis and by additionally performing cortical osteotomy, info masseteric reduction, iconMasseteric Reduction Masseteric Reduction Masseters are deep, dense chewing muscles that can be felt under the ears. They may develop asymmetrically, depending on your chewing habits, and overdevelopment can create a protruding square jaw. Botox can lead to a temporary reduction, but a surgical removal during a square jaw surgery can provide continuous benefits, leading to more satisfying surgery. or info deep cheek reshaping. iconDeep Cheek Reshaping Deep Cheek Reshaping There are two fat layers in the face: one is a thin layer immediately underneath the skin, and the other is a deeply located isthmic fat. The isthmic fat contributes to your facial contours, and while the subcutaneous fat can be removed via liposuction, isthmic fat can be removed through surgical means. Cortical osteotomy, notably, is an osteotomy on the outermost layer of the jawbone: this reduces the bone’s thickness and is an effective option for creating a slim facial silhouette.

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    BEFORE
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    Six months after surgery

Asymmetrical developments

Asymmetry in cheekbones can be caused by the asymmetry in the bones themselves, asymmetrical facial muscle development, and both types of asymmetries occurring together. Therefore, the asymmetry must be corrected through a revision surgery after a precise examination to identify the movability of the cheekbones and factoring in the facial expression muscles.

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    BEFORE
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    Six months after surgery

Dissatisfaction from insufficient change
in cheekbone width

The cheekbone width is determined by the outer edges of either cheekbone visible from the front. This means that any cheekbone reduction that does not include the outer edges cannot change the cheekbone width. BANOBAGI pushes the osteotomy to the limit—moving the entire cheekbone complex, including the outer cheekbone edges—and provides a more effective cheekbone reduction.

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    BEFORE
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    Six months after surgery
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    Six months after surgery

* The images were used under the patient’s consent. Because of the photography settings, the ones shown may appear different from the actual results.

Unnatural overcorrection

When reshaping the chin, its degree of movement must be considered from both the front and the sides. Performing chin surgery without taking these dimensions into consideration may lead to an unnatural-looking result at certain angles. Depending on the surgical method used in the previous surgery, additional osteotomy or other methods of revision can make improvements.

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    BEFORE
  • Six months after surgery
    Six months after surgery

Crooked chin

If the face has developed asymmetrically or if the chin itself is off-center, the chin may appear crooked. The former can be fixed through relatively easy methods like Botox that reshapes muscles, but in the latter case, revision surgery is recommended. The chin is more precisely centered along the brow ridge, nose, and mouth, and additional osteotomy, depending on the previous method of surgery, can make improvements.

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    BEFORE
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    Six months after surgery