Can Tip Rhinoplasty Correct Asymmetrical Cartilage?
I have an asymmetrical nose, specifically the cartilage of the columella and its upper junction, and would like to have it corrected. The left side protrudes further than the right side, which causes my right nostril to appear higher than the left nostril.
I like the shape of my nose, but I would like a more symmetrical version of it. Would tip Rhinoplasty correct this problem or would the procedure cause further asymmetries?