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Nose Got Squished 1 Month After Rhinoplasty - is It Ruined?

one month after my open nose surgery i was babysitting and the kid threw a pillow over my face pulling down on the sides squishing my beautiful new nose. it hurt pretty bad and he stopped after i screamed but im just worried its ruined. it doesnt look abviously crooked or squished the only thing that i noticed is my tip isnt as bulbous looking. it has gotten alot wider (maybe its just swelling) i just dont like it as much as i was before this happened, do you think it is just swelling?is it ruined

Doctor Answers (5)

Squished nose

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A squished nose after rhinoplasty is hard to evaluate without seeing pre, posts and more recent posts.  If concerned see your doctor.


Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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'Squished" Nose 1 Month after Rhinoplasty

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Wait until the swelling caused by your 'squish" to resolve (probably 2-3 weeks) and then see your surgeon for evaluation. Best of Luck!

Richard W. Fleming, MD
Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 15 reviews

Nose got squished 1 month after rhinoplasty

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Run back to your surgeon ASAP. You may have a problem that can be corrected very easily. But asking over the internet delays possible treatment. CALL NOW!

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Darryl J. Blinski, MD
Miami Plastic Surgeon
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Without examining you or seeing before and after pictures it is impossible to know what has changes.  I would suggest making an appointment with your surgeon.  However, they may not know either until all the swelling has resolved and the tissues have settled.  Good luck.

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You will have to wait for the selling to go down and then see your surgeon to see if any damage was done.

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