I’ve heard revision rhinoplasty is most often performed as an open procedure. Is this true? Is it possible to undergo a closed procedure and minimize scarring?
You should not fear the scar of an open rhinoplasty. It is usually minimally noticeable and only from looking up from below. Major revisions are probably most often done open these days, but many surgeons still like the closed approach. Personally, I do an endonasal (closed) approach for minimal changes.