This nose was injured in an automobile accident. Her nose was pushed
off to the right side of her face. When a nose is off center on the
face, the patient usually has a "good side" and a "bad
side." This right oblique view is the bad side of a nose that is
pushed to the right. The nose's leaning to the right looks like a
bulge from this angle.
As you are browsing this patient's views, compare this view with her "good
side," which is view 3.
After surgery, she has a much nicer straight dorsum with a tip that is
more distinct and narrow.
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Drooping tip, cave man like nose after rhinoplasty. Can this be fixed?
Droopy tip. rhinoplasty almost a year ago. Before surgery my smile was my best feature , now worst. I don't look normal when I smile as you can see in pictures it does not look right.When I smile the tip is pointy and cartilidge shows in certain lighting and it droops down like there's no support in the tip.My bridge also looks wider. My dr said he would make it thinner but hasn't .I feel so ugly , can this be fixed ? I'm a petite girl and should have a petite nose not a cave man looking nose.
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Your nose needs to be shortened substantially
Despite what you might hear, shortening a nose -- raising the tip up -- often involves advanced work on the tip cartilages, and every plastic surgeon is not able to make those changes. Things get harder during a revision, but in expert hands, elevating the tip of the nose is one of the most predictable changes to make. See the attached video and Web reference link for examples of what can be done.
You must be certain to see before and after revision rhinoplasty photos of any doctor you are considering for your revision. You absolutely don't want to be in the position of having had two operations, and still a too-long nose.
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