Nose Depressed on the Right Side, a Bump on the Left Side Plus Nostril Asymmetry, Why? Options? (photo)

I underwent rhinoplasty in 1996 in pakistan, after a few months as the swelling healed i realised that the right side of the nose is depressed, plus i have hump on the left side of the nose which my surgeon said was there before only became prominent after removal of soft tissue,also have nostril asymmetry, all of these factors make my nose look deviated, the surgeon says he doesnt know what went wrong,please also recommend a surgeon in Pakistan

Doctor Answers (3)

Revision required after Rhinoplasty

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Hello Ali,

 

I am sorry that you are not satisfied with the outcome of your rhinoplasty.

 

Based on the photographs you have attached, you could greatly benefit from a revision targeting you nasal bridge, etc.

 

The key is to find an extensively experience surgeon who could perform the revision. 

 

Best of luck to you.

Dr. Sajjadian


Orange County Plastic Surgeon
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Nose Depressed on the Right Side, a Bump on the Left Side Plus Nostril Asymmetry, Why? Options? (photo) by Ali.Farooq

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The posted photo demonstrate either a poorly preformed rhinoplasty or an immediate post op complication of trauma. Either way you need revision surgery. But I do not know ant PS in Pakistan Sorry. 

Darryl J. Blinski, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
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Revision Rhinoplasty in Pakistan

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Hi,

There are alot of things that can be corrected with your nose. You have a deviated nasal bridge, bulbous tip and an open roof deformity. Unfortunately I dont know any plastic surgeons in Pakistan. Consider traveling outside the country to find a competent rhinoplasty surgeon.

 

Best,

Dr.S.

Oleh Slupchynskyj, MD, FACS
New York Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 210 reviews

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