Possible to Fix a Collapsed Tip + Saddled Bridge Cartilage at the Same Time?
I need a primary rhinoplasty for a deviated and collapsed tip (septum is likely deviated as well) and my bridge cartilage is also noticeably collapsed/saddled as well. In general, how much of a chance is there for restoring my nose back its original appearance if I were to bring in photos to the surgeon before the trauma occurred? I keep reading that such a situation is extremely difficult, if not impossible, to correct and am pretty worried that it can't' be fixed, thanks for any replies.
Fixing collapsed tip and saddled bridge at the same time
Rhinoplasty for saddle bridge after traumatic injury to the nose
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