Would a Person with a Small Bifid Indention on the Tip of the Nose Be Turned Down for a Rhinoplasty?
Hello, I have a rhinoplasty consult coming up in a about a week and a half. I have a slight bifid indention running down the center of the tip of my nose. I can clearly feel the indention. I have noticed it starting to become more and more prominent. I was just wondering if a rhinoplasty could help with this defect? Would I be turned down for any reason? Also, do most plastic surgeons have skills in this type of a defect. Just feeling nervous and any info would help. Thanks