What can be done to improve my nose (tip) after failed rhinoplasty and revision? It's bulbous and asymmetrical.
If you have achieved a year after the most recent revision, another revision may be appropriate. The grafts can be removed if you were not having external valve collapse.
Find a board certified plastic surgeon who has performed hundreds of rhinoplasties. Look for great reviews and great before
and after pictures.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
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Wide, Asymmetrical Tip
Your asymmetrical, wide tip with hanging of the anterior columella can be improved with a revision by an experienced surgeon who specializes in revision rhinoplasty. A slight increase of your tip projection will improve tip definition.
You did not describe when the revision was performed. If it was recent I would wait at least a year before considering any type of revision.