Do i have an open roof deformity, inverted v deformity and collapsed nasal valve? (Photo)
Doctor Answers (7)
The tip that appears relatively big was caused by bifid tip cartilage.
The solutions I can propose for you are:
- revision osteotomy
- revision tipplasty
- graft to the middle vault or permanent fillers
Nasal valve collapse and open roof deformity after rhinoplasty
Your nose is still healing at this point so things may change with time. If you had a large bridge taken down during your rhinoplasty your surgeon may have placed spreader grafts to support your nose in that area. You could ask your surgeon his or her opinion about your concerns as they're best able to assess your situation at this point.
In the meantime you can read about spreader grafts at my web reference link below.
Do i have an open roof deformity, inverted v deformity and collapsed nasal valve?
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I hope that helps. Best regards.
7 months Post Rhinoplasty
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