Will Excess Skin on Over-shortened Nose Complicate a Revision?
I had a long nose before my primary rhinoplasty which was 4 months ago. To my surprise, my tip was rotated up a lot and the nose was shortened significantly due to the columella position being changed. Ever since cast off, I have had a pollybeak like supra-tip and excess skin above my now high tip that I can pinch. Feels like there is fluid under there. Will scar tissue form underneath that will complicate re-lengthening my nose? Can anything be done to avoid compromising a revision?