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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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This patient was also presented in the rhinoplasty section on combination noses.  He had an over-projecting nose that was also long, with a mild hump.  You can't really see the chin implant in this view; it's hidden by the camera angle and the beard.

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Questioner: Unhappy with Nasal Tip After Rhinoplasty? Will Secondary Revision Cost?
I had rhinoplasty in 2012 and was dissatisfied with the nasal tip. I noticed a few months after surgery the deformed tip, spoke with the surgeon and he said it was still healing. Well, it's a year and a half later and I am still unhappy with the results. From the front of the face you can see where the nose looks slightly crooked. The tip slants to the right of the face, making it somehow look larger from the side view on the left. I have attached pictures if you want to look.
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: More work on the tip of your nose would make a big difference
Hi. The problem is not so much the asymmetry. It's that inadequate work was done on the tip of your nose. The tip of your nose is drooping down, and it projects strongly forward off of your face. See my "Web reference" link for a morph showing what your nose could look like with a revision rhinoplasty. In the morph, I brought your nose back toward your face, raised the tip, so it doesn't look so long, and I also tucked up the columella, which is the little piece of skin that separates the left nostril from the right nostril.

Small asymmetries are difficult to correct, but often, when a nose is deprojected, which means brought back closer to the face, some of the asymmetries go away, because asymmetries are frequently more noticeable when the nose projects strongly.

In selecting a surgeon, you need to see before and after photos of his work in revision rhinoplasty, and especially work on the tip of the nose. Tip work is the hardest part of the rhinoplasty operation to teach and to learn, and many doctors don't do it well enough.

The good news for you is that, in capable hands, deprojecting and elevating the tip of the nose are two of the most predictable parts of a revision operation.

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