Out of the previous photos I have posted, a surgeon has suggested I might have a very sight inverted v , but the overall result is still fairly good. I did notice that one side of my nose, at the center of nose seems to be sinking in and created a shadow, but only one side, but did not know it might be an inverted v as I have not heard of it before. When I looked it up it is very similar to what I have.If it is very slight will it get worst?I am 2 years post a minor revision (closed procedure)
Does an Inverted V Always Require a Revision Surgery? Does the Deformity Wrsen if Revision is Not Performed?
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Inverted V Deformity and Possible Collapse at Two Years
Nasal collapse is always a concern if there is aggressive resection of framework, but at 2 years you should be OK.
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