This gentleman also had a face lift operation. With the combination of the face lift
and the peel, he achieved some improvement of the folds that course from the
bottom of the nose to the corners of the mouth. Those folds are typically
corrected not at all or only slightly with a face lift, but adding the peel can
give some reasonable softening. The folds that extend downward and to the
side from the corners of his mouth were also helped by the peel.
The improvement in the front of his neck was the result of the face
lift. We don't peel below the jaw line because the skin of the neck
wouldn't heal well after a peel.
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Hello, I had a consult and CT scan showing I had a deviated septum. My surgeon had said if I cosmetically wanted to fix the tip of my nose, which has a deep cartilage split at the tip, giving the appearance of a "butt nose"...that it would be a couple of stitches when closing up. But I believe my nose turns up and the skin between the nostrils hangs, due to what I believe was terrible allergies and constant nose itching. What would be the best way to get a cuter shaped nose tip?
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Don't let that doctor operate on your nose!
"A couple of stitches when closing up" pegs your doctor as someone who knows nothing about rhinoplasty. You must not let him operate on your nose.
Changing your "butt nose" requires complicated work on the tip of your nose, using advanced techniques that not all plastic surgeons understand.
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