Do Fillers Work Well for Masking a Dorsal Hump or Will It Make the Nose Look Longer?
I have seen before and after pictures of fillers used to temporarily minimize the size of a dorsal hump. It seemed that sometimes the added filler above and below the hump made the nose look unnaturally long and begin slanting too high on the face. Is this a result of poor injection, or is that just what can result? I would prefer a surgical rhinoplasty and possibly chin reduction, but I am worried I wouldn't have the funds or time to allot for a full recovery until summer or in a few years.