The string is probably a left over suture that is being resorbed. Your doctor or nurse would be happy to clip it for you. At this point, it is not likely to hurt the results. Allthe best.
It's Three Weeks Since my Rhinoplasty, I've Noticed a String in my Left Nostril. What Should I Do?
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String in nostril post-rhinoplasty
It is probably a stitch that has not dissolved. Ask your doctor about it and it can be removed.
It's Three Weeks Since my Rhinoplasty, I've Noticed a String in my Left Nostril. What Should I Do
The string in the nostril is probably a suture. This may be absorbable, but you should contact your surgeon to determine if this is the case. Do not remove it yourself. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
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String in nose 3 weeks after rhinoplasty
It is most likely a suture that dissolves. These are put in to close the internal incisions. Best to see your doctor to remove it.
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