How Risky is Narrowing Nasal Bones in Revision Rhinoplasty?
I had my first rhinoplasty 1 year ago (total rhinoplasty), and while I am happy with it for the most part, it appears that my right nasal bone is not as narrow as my left one. How hard would it be to correct this with a revision rhinoplasty? Would both nasal bones have to be broken or would only the right one require cutting and repositioning? Lastly, by having a secondary surgery, could the right nasal bone become even further asymmetric or is the risk for that happening low? Thank you so much