How to Manage Mental State After Bad Rhinoplasty While Waiting for Revision?
- Asked by rubysue
- 1 year ago
I recently had a poor rhinoplasty 3 months ago. I am horrified. I had a slender nose with a nasal hump. The result is an extremely thin bridge that is scooped out. Possibly an inverted V deformity. Looks horrible. It is difficult for me to go to work. I am so embarrassed. Since this is an issue where too much tissue was removed, can you get a revision earlier than 1 year?
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Depending on your condition, you may be a candidate for a Non-Surgical Rhinoplasty procedure to raise the height of your bridge.
I read your concerns:
We could provide better advice with a photo of your concerns, so you may want to re-ask your question.
Depending on your condition, Injectable Fillers may be useful for improving the thin, scooped appearance of your nasal bridge. My preference and expertise is with Silikon-1000, an off-label filler for permanent results. In certain cases, I have used Silikon-1000 earlier than 3 months post-op in the bridge of the nose.
If you're having difficulty coping with your nose job, a consultation with a reputable psychiatrist may be most beneficial at this stage of the game.
I hope this helps you.
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It is important to wait at leat one year for scars to mature and swelling goes away and complete healing. the biggest mistake is to go with a secondary rhinoplasty too early. Meawhile a psychiatrist will be of great help to you to coup with the present psychological impact.
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