As a child, I was teased about the "bulb" tip of my nose. Also as a child, I was a daily victim of physical or verbal abuse by my mother. At 14, one of those instances resulted in a broken nose that was never treated. Worse yet, now in my 40's, I look JUST like my mother as I remember her during those years and am often told that. After years of psychological therapy as well as struggling with... more
I was always self conscious of my nose. It had been broken a couple of times throughout my childhood, leaving a hump! My Sister had Breast augmentation in 2006 with excellent results. Cosmetic surgery is quite common in my family. So, In 2007 after seeing that my sister was happy with her result I decided to have surgery. I was also having breathing issues and sinus problems. The Consultation... more
Functionally excellent, at 37 I could finally breathe through my nose for the first time. However, my cosmetic surgeon was a joke. He IS board certified. But he was a slick talker who left me DEFORMED. He reattached the tip of my nose crooked, with an indentation on the left side. I had to wait 1 year before I went to a second surgeon to fix it. He was scared that he would have to use RIB to... more
I had a rhinoplasty at 17 to correct a birth deformity type nose which left me with very, very flared nostrils, a low bridge, and a super wide tip. I'm a white male, and this nose was not natural for my face, and since the strong profiles are whats attractive, I wanted my nose to look stronger and more shaped up, although I was realistic about what changes could be made for such a rarer nose.I more
Had septo/rhinoplasty one week ago to improve breathing and to straighten a once broken nose.Love the results so far! Not very painful, sinus headaches are the worst part.I had a septo/rhinoplasty one week ago and had my cast removed today (it looks great and I can breath!). I am still having some sinus pressure and was wondering if it was ok to continue to ice my eyes, cheeks, forehead p more
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