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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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Her first rhinoplasty operation, performed elsewhere, left her with those two bizarre-looking bumps on the left side of her nose.  Her plastic surgeon told her that there was nothing that could be done about those bumps.  The photo on the right was taken after her revision rhinoplasty in my office.

Rhinoplasty is by far the most difficult of the plastic surgery operations.  You must be extremely careful in making your selection of a doctor.  FacialSurgery.com has a page containing advice on how to find a competent plastic surgeon.


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Questioner: Rhinoplasty gone wrong? Nostrils not even
Help, I had surgery on the 18th of May. Right away I noticed my nostrils were not even. When I went back to my doc the following day after surgury and addressed this with him he said my nostrils were probably uneven before the surgery, which is not the case. What should I do? What do you think ? I am panicking because it is now the 20th and although I know my nose is still swollen I don't believe my nostrils will change. What do you think?
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Go back to your doctor again.
Asymmetric swelling can cause visible asymmetries that go away if it's truly only the swelling that's asymmetric.

But you're only a couple days after surgery! Your doctor is the one who knows what happened during surgery, and you're kind of stuck with him for support right now. Call him again for another evaluation/pep talk.

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