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Molding my Nose After Rhinoplasty (Deviated Septum and Cosmetic Issues)
- updated 3 years ago
- Worth It
- Cost: $2,500
- Rochester, NY
2 weeks ago, I had rhinoplasty not only fix a...
- 16 Jul 2009
2 weeks ago, I had rhinoplasty not only fix a deviated septum but to also change the look of my nose cosmetically.
I am very concerned about the difference in noticable swelling on either side of my nose and I am very nervous that my nose will not be symetrical.
Once I had my cast removed, I noticed that one side of my nose is bigger than the other... my doctor recommended that I smooth out the one side with my thumb as hard as I could stroking it downward towards my cheek area. She said this will help "mold" my bones since they are still soft and to relieve swelling? True? Should I be worried that by nose will not become symetrical?
My Doctor: name not provided
My doctor was wonderful and willing to answer all my questions.