Asymmetrical nostrils after open rhinoplasty/septoplasty (photos)
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Tip cartilages have internal stress and can deform after sugery
You may or may not need a revision. Make sure that your surgeon--whoever it is--understands your anatomical variation and can correct it for you. In all likelihood, the result will improve with time, but some asymmetry may remain. I wish you the best.
Nostril Asymmetry after surgery
Lower lateral cartilages
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Asymmetric nostrils after open rhinoplasty.
Tip asymmetry issues
Your surgeon will likely be watching this over time and making any recommendation--if needed-- down the road.
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