The very apex of her hump was wide as well as prominent. The upper part
of her dorsum had to be narrowed after removing the hump.
Actually, almost every nose has to be narrowed in the upper dorsum after
removing a hump. You can find a good explanation of why the narrowing is
necessary in the rhinoplasty surgery tutorial chapter
on narrowing the nasal bones (the surgery tutorials contain explicit photographs taken during surgery).
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What's the least invasive procedure to correct the bump on my left nostril?
The bump has gotten worse over the years. It feels as though the cartilage cracked. I can kinda push down on the bump and put it "into place." I'm not looking for the perfect nose. Ihave a deviated septum and my nose sways to my left. Again, my nose doesn't have to be perfect...I'm only interested in the least evasive procedure to correct or smooth this bump on left nostril area.
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: There's no tiny operation to fix the bump
That "bump" is one of the two cartilages that make up your tip. There's a bump on the other side, too, but it's smaller.
In order to minimize the bump, those cartilages need to be modified, and that's a rhinoplasty. You need an experienced surgeon with excellent before and after photos. Many plastic surgeons don't have the skill to make an accurate correction of your "bump," because it has to do with modifying those tip cartilages, somewhat of an advanced technique, in my experience.
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