Revision Rhinoplasty

dr-steven-mobley-salt-lake-cityA Utah Revision Rhinoplasty, or nose job, can be performed to correct a past nose surgery, usually because the patient either felt unhappy with the previous results or noticed a change or collapse in the nose. If you are not satisfied with the appearance or function of your nose from an earlier surgery, it is important to choose a specialist with the right amount of knowledge and experience who will not only improve the look of the nose but maintain its strength, and you could not choose better than Dr. Mobley.

Why do people travel hundreds of miles for Dr. Mobley?

Mobley MD is a one of a kind haven for nose and facial transformation. Nationally acclaimed Steven Mobley, MD has improved the facial appearance of politicians, sports figures, and other nationally known individuals. He as also helped improve the lives of people from all walks of life, from doctors, to soccer moms, and business executives.
Dr. Steven Mobley has been featured on Inside Edition, Good Morning America, People and Cosmopolitan magazines. Dr. Mobley has over 15 years of experience and has positively transformed thousands of patients nose, eyes, ears, and necklines. Mobley MD Facial Plastic Surgery attracts patients from all over the world and all walks of life. We invite you to experience the difference for yourself.

More about Revision Rhinoplasty

Your nose is a very important part of your general health. Good nasal breathing is part of exercising, daily life, and of course a restful sleep. To get optimal results, it takes a well trained, experienced doctor and artist. Dr. Mobley is one of the premier nasal surgeons in the USA and has been extensively sought out by media outlets including Inside Edition, Good Morning America, People and Cosmopolitan magazines. He is also consistently rated as a top Plastic Surgeon in Park City, Utah, a top 10 Doctor, and a Castle Connelly physician of excellence. We invite you to experience the difference for yourself and it all starts here.


Patients may choose to have Revision Rhinoplasty because they are generally dissatisfied with their previous nose job, or they may decide they want a different look or improved airflow. Reasons for nose reshaping surgery include:

  • Nasal breathing
  • Collapsed bridge
  • Cosmetic appearance
  • Trauma
  • Injury or birth defect


Other types of Rhinoplasty may include Ethnic Rhinoplasty, and the following:


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Frequently Asked Questions About Rhinoplasty (nose-jobs)

Utah Revision Rhinoplasty is an operation performed on the nose to change its shape to give a more pleasing cosmetic appearance. I perform what is called “open structure” rhinoplasty. This newer approach to revision rhinoplasty combines a traditional emphasis on cosmetic shape change with a particular focus on maintaining the strength of the nose. A strong nose not only looks good but also works the way it is supposed to. This can improve the nasal passages in cases where nasal blockage is present.

To fully understand the costs of cosmetic surgery, you must understand the guiding principles of Dr. Mobley’s medical practice: medical practice: quality, safety, and a respect for the cost. Dr. Mobley has not designed the surgical experience to be the lowest bid; rather, he wants you to have an exceptionally high-quality medical experience. If this interests you, please read on.

Three main components contribute to your final cosmetic surgery fee. The first component is the surgeon’s fee. As this is a medical experience, your final surgeon’s fee can only be determined after a full consultation with Dr. Mobley where he will perform a complete history and physical exam and together you will formulate a treatment plan that best fits your cosmetic goals.

Keep in mind, Dr. Mobley is one of the top rhinoplasty expert surgeons in the USA. Last year alone, he performed over 200 rhinoplasties and a large percentage of these were revisions. Dr. Mobley is Castle-Connolly “Top Doctor” and “Top Doctor”, and he does not skimp when deciding where to do your surgery. Your surgery will be performed in a state of the art certified surgical facility and you will be cared for by some of Utah’s top anesthesia providers.

When you combine all 3 fees (surgeon, facility, and anesthesia), the final out-the-door cost for a revision rhinoplasty will be more than a primary rhinoplasty. For revision rhinoplasty, it is more likely that the final cost will be anywhere from $9750 to over $12,000 based on the complexity and time of your individual case. Remember, you can always find a lower fee, but at Mobley MD we pride ourselves on the fact that Dr. Mobley performs more rhinoplasties than any other surgeon in the Intermountain West. There are no regrets, when you choose the best.

After your consultation, you will leave the office with an easy to understand written quote which will list the costs of these three components for your individualized surgical plan. Keep in mind that the facility and anesthesia fees are time-based and so may change based on the actual length of your cosmetic surgery.

Dr. Mobley wants to make cosmetic surgery available to as many people as possible. For that reason we have  partnered with CareCredit to provide lending services. With CareCredit you can take up to 36 months to pay with no interest programs available. When you come in for your consultation we will be more than happy to go over all your financial options with you.

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You will be seen directly by me one to two days after your nasal surgery. Approximately one week after your surgery, I will see you to remove your cast and stitches. As you enter the second week after surgery, you will probably begin to notice that a good amount of the swelling in the nose is resolving. Your nose will continue to improve in shape for several weeks following surgery as the swelling decreases.

Like all cosmetic surgery, rhinoplasty is real surgery and, as such, we place a very strong emphasis on your medical safety. Your surgery will be performed at a JCAHO-licensed surgical center. You will be put to sleep and monitored by an M.D. anesthesiologist, and I will perform the operation. Learn more about the Utah Surgical Center by clicking here.

In my experience, many of my patients are pleasantly surprised by the minimal amount of discomfort they have in the postoperative period. In my practice, we very rarely use packing – one of the most uncomfortable facets of facial plastic surgery; my patients greatly appreciate this. Medicine for pain is always provided. Most patients take this for 3-7 days following surgery.

If you do light (office) work, you could return to these activities four to five days after the operation. If you do more physical work, seven to ten days is more appropriate. If you care for young children at home, it is best to have someone available to help with their care for the first four to seven days.

During your consultation, I will use computer morphing software to give you an idea of how your nose will look after the operation. I will also show you before and after photos of patients that have undergone similar types of cosmetic changes to help give you realistic expectations of what can be achieved from surgery.

I perform both endonasal and open rhinoplasties. Endonasal is when the operation is done completely through the nostrils. The open approach is performed cutting through the small piece of skin that separates the nostrils (the columella). Depending on your cosmetic goals, we can determine which approach is best for you.

In my opinion, the open approach offers many technical advantages of increased visualization of the anatomy, superior accuracy, and a greatly decreased chance of a subtle asymmetry developing months or even years later. I’ve learned that many patients have a misconception about the scar left from the open approach. When the incision is properly opened and meticulously closed, the scar is very hard to spot without magnification.

Every type of surgery has risks. It’s my ethical responsibility to educate you on these risks so you can make the best possible decision for yourself while weighing these risks against the benefits of surgery. My training helps me to minimize these risks to the best of my ability, but I cannot eliminate them entirely. Common risks include stiffness in nasal tip, irregularities of bone or cartilage, damage to the nasal skin, and damage to the internal linings of the nose.

The risks above are the most common ones that I think you should be aware of, but they are not a complete list of all possible risks. When I see you in consultation and we begin to formulate your surgical treatment plan, I’ll review with you not only these common risks but also the less likely complications that may occur.

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Murray, UT 84123
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