Would a non-surgical rhinoplasty be an option to widen the tip and mid-bridge and build up the bridge near to before?
Would a Non-surgical Rhinoplasty Be Able to Fix These Deformities? (photo)
Doctor Answers (2)
Based on your photos, you may be a candidate for non-surgical rhinoplasty treatments.
You appear to have retracted nostrils, a narrow tip, and a small indentation where your hump used to be. I would not suggest trying HA, CaHydroxylAppetite, or PMMA fillers as these have been associated with necrosis, or dead skin in a minority of patients.
Mt personal preference is to use Silikon-1000, an off-label filler for permanent results. Silikon-1000 has never been associated with necrosis after injection.
Hope this is helpful for you.
Non Surgical Rhinoplasty and tip
There are results and case studies of nasal tip necrosis following tip injections. Tread very carefully here. Non-surgical rhinoplasty is still floating in uncharted waters as we all learn a little more each day. Top and middle 1/3 injections are stable and predictable and do well. Nasal tip injections can be problematic. The deformity you have is called a parentheses deformity as the nasal tip cartilage was positioned a little too cephalic (or north). A repeat procedure can correct that with cartilage grafting...but again...I would hestitate to attempt an injection, quick fix for that particular problem.