I don't see any kind of slope at all, at first I saw a slight slope after the cast off came off now its pretty straight and masculine looking.There is also a slight bump on the left side of my tip, it protrudes outward so when I put on makeup its really noticable since it somewhat cast a shadow so it looks dark. Will this get better? I know its to soon to totally tell what the outcome will be but I'm not liking what my nose is becoming.
Two Months Post OP, No Slope on my Profile and a Bump on my Tip, Will This Get Better? (photo)
Doctor Answers (5)
Evaluating slope of nose after rhinoplasty
Thank you for the question and the photos. I am sorry to hear that you are not satisfied with your rhinoplasty results thus far. It may be that you will choose to undergo a revision rhinoplasty later on once all of the swelling has gone away. I suspect the bump on the tip of the nose will not improve. As to the shape of your dorsum, there is a chance that as some of the swelling goes away more of the shape that you desire will come into view. At this time I would continue to wait and follow your plastic surgeons advice. Taking photos every 1-2 weeks may also help you judge whether there are any changes occurring with additional healing.
All the best,
Dr. Remus Repta
Two Months Post OP, No Slope on my Profile and a Bump on my Tip, Will This Get Better?
thank you for your question and photos. I do see the bump at the tip. This will probably not get better with time, it appears to be a prominence in the cartilage. There may be swelling on the dorsum, but a lot of this swelling has dissipated. Full swelling goes away at 6-12 months so you have some time to go. No experienced surgeon will do a revision for at least this amount of time.
Pablo Prichard, MD
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Sorry to say you need 9 months before considering a revision. Seek in person second opinions. Best to you.
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