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?
How to Manage Mental State After Bad Rhinoplasty While Waiting for Revision?
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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.
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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