Get Drooping Tip Back? (photo)
- Asked by mariaparadechorar
- 6 months ago
Hi!I had a rhino for minor corrections but the doc. did more. I had a drooping spready tip when smiling, I used to love it, but my doc. cut my depressor septimuscle, without my consent.I also have a lot nostrils showing and a lowbridge. I heard that, once the muscle was cut, it can't be reattached, but I'd like to know what are my options?I want a nose that is more similar to my old one, and also if possible, a soft tip that spreads and is not hard and thin in the middle of my nose!Thank You!
There is hope
Often times, the muscle fibers do reattach several months to a yea after surgery. Also, because your surgery was recent, there is probably still a lot of stiffness and swelling, making the nose fell hard and immobile. A small revision may be necessary, but I would wait 9-12 months for all swelling to go down as the look you want might be obtained just by waiting
Web reference: http://drguida.com
Revision rhinoplasty for too much nostril show.
Revision rhinoplasty for too much nostril show can be done. I have used the patient's own cartilage to do this for 35 years
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