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Besides her upper eyelid blepharoplasty to take care of the excess skin and hooding in those lids, she had a face lift to correct the jowls and the excess skin in the front of the neck.  She also had a peel around her mouth to work on the wrinkles in that area.


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Questioner: Is it common after Rhinoplasty the tip of nose to drop?
I got rhinoplasty 3 months ago and 3 weeks post op the tip of my nose dropped loads and is getting worse and which is giving me my bump back again, I'm ment to be getting revision on it but people have went and have got worse so I'm worried, is it normal for it to drop or is there something the surgeons not done right?
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Uh oh, I'd be worried, too.
It's true that three weeks is very early for healing of a nose, but in the next many months, most of the changes have to do with decreasing width: the tip getting smaller, the bridge getting narrower. However, in my experience, if the *length* of the nose is the problem, the length does not shrink as the swelling subsides. The tip does not climb up. In fact, we typically expect a tip to drop with time, so, for example, I'm not unhappy if my patients are nervous because the nose looks *too short* at first, because I know the nose will lengthen a little bit with time.

Still, there's nothing to do right now but wait, and as the water leaves your nose and the overall nose gets smaller, the length may bother you less.

However, one of the most common problems that I see in my revision patients is that the previous surgeon did not shorten the nose enough. It's not easy to do, and most doctors can't get it accomplished well. If you do wind up looking for a revision later, be certain that you've seen before and after photos that show excellent shortening of the nose.

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