I had my rhinoplasty a week ago and had the tip taken down and haven't had any feeling there since. I know my nose is still very swollen, but is this something I should worry about? Will I ever get feeling back to the tip of my nose? Since it was "cut off," I don't know how this works.
How Long Does Loss of Feeling in the Tip Last After Rhinoplasty?
Doctor Answers (8)
Nasal tip numbness can take up to a year to resolve
As a general rule it could take up to a year for the nasal tip sensation to return to normal and for the tip to feel soft again with an open rhinoplasty. This can be much shorter with a closed rhinoplasty from weeks to a few months. Ask your surgeon . Best wishes.
Numbness of nose post rhinoplasty
Typically following rhinoplasty most of the skin of the nose will be numb for several weeks if not longer. The tip,of the nose will remain numb the longest and it could take six months for the sensation to return. What you are experiencing is to be expected.
Tip numbness after Rhinoplasty
Numbness of the nasal tip is completey normal a week following rhinoplasty. It will mostly resolve over 6 weeks but some numbness in the nasal tip is normal for even up to a year following surgery. I have never had any patient with permanent numbess.
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Altered nasal tip sensation after rhinoplasty
It is very common to have numbness on the tip of your nose after rhinoplasty. This can last as long as six months in some patients but in 17 years of practice, I have always seen it return to normal. I hope this information helps.
Tip numbness after rhinoplasty
It is quite common for the tip of the nose to be a bit numb after rhinoplasty. This usually gets better within a few weeks to months once the swelling subsides.
Yes you will get the feeling back. You need more healing time. The longest I have seen this go on is up to a year.
Numbness in the tip of the nose is common post rhinoplasty
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