Asymmetrical Nostrils -> Asymmetrical Nose! Filler or Rhinoplasty? (photo)
- Asked by waschlappen
- 10 months ago
I need to mention, that english isn't my mother tongue. The Problem of my nose is that one nostril is higher and a little bit bigger than the other and this results that my nose is directed a bit in one direction. From the two sides the nose is very differently. I read much about the different technics of correction noses with rhinoplasty and fillering, but i don't know what could help to reduce the asymmetry. So what could help? Thank you for every answer!
Asymmetrical noses can only be treated with rhinoplasty, not injections. Adjusting the tip cartilages for refinement and narrowing and symmetry is all done through a rhinoplasty tip techniques. Repair of the asymmetry of the nostrils as performed with an alar plasty period
Web reference: http://seattle-rhinoplasty.com
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