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How Difficult is Rhinoplasty Revision for Tip?
I had a Rhinoplasty where a slight bump on the bridge of my nose was shaved down and the extra cartilage that was removed was shaped and inserted into the tip of my nose to fill out very small natural depressions. The result left the tip of my nose feeling hard/unnatural and looking a bit bulbous. I'd like to have the cartilage removed completely (replaced with Radiesse). How difficult will this be, can it be done with local anesthetic, and what cost should I expect? Also what will recovery be like? Thanks!!!
Revision rhinoplasty for nasal tip
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Radiesse is not a replacement for cartilage
Noses need to settle and soften for up to two years after revision rhinoplasty
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