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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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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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Questioner: Would I be a candidate for non surgical rhinoplasty to get rid of the bump in my nose and raise the tip?
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Non-surgical rhinoplasty can only make a nose look larger
Hi. A non-surgical rhinoplasty cannot remove a hump, nor can it raise a tip. The mechanics are easy: removing a hump and raising a tip would make a nose look smaller, but injecting something *into* the nose can only make it look larger! See?

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