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Eye Hollows After Rhinoplasty - What Can I Do?

30 year old male, smoker. Had Rhinoplasty on 25th December 2010 & the Cast Came off on 31st. I Have Very Prominent Hollows Under my Eyes Now.

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Rhinoplasty swelling

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If your eyelid changes are recent since your surgery than I would suspect that this is most likely due to swelling. It is quite common for patients to have swelling of the eyelids and black eyes following a rhinoplasty, especially if osteotomies were performed. Give this some time.

Topeka Plastic Surgeon
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Eye Hollows After Rhinoplasty

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Hi Rocky,

Give it a little more time....3 to 6 months.  If it is still troubling you, find an expert in the injection of Restylane into the lower eye lid hollows.  Good luck and be well.

Dr. P

Los Angeles Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Hallows under Eyes after Rhinoplasty

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Hallows under eyes a month after rhinoplasty are secondary to temporary swelling. If your not satisfied after several months, fillers such as Restylane or your own fat can be injected into the depressions.

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Hollowness under the eyes after rhinoplasty

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Dear rhinoplasty patient from India,
According to your description, the hollowness under the eyes after rhinoplasty is caused by swelling. This will resolve with time. Good luck and good healing
 

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Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Post-op nasal swelling

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The hollowness around your eyes may be a result of other tissue looking very swollen. I would give it some time to settle down.

Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 14 reviews

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