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Revision Rhinoplasty... 2 Surgeries Later, Still Crooked.
- posted 3 years ago
- updated 3 years ago
- Not Worth It
- Cost: $500
I broke my nose 10 years ago in a horseback riding...
- 13 Jan 2010
I broke my nose 10 years ago in a horseback riding accident. I had a small bump on the side of my nose so I decided to have a rhinoplasty. I also discussed lifting the tip of my nose because she said I had a slight "hanging tip."
I had my initial surgery in April of 2007. My nose ended up being crooked and my nostrils looked deformed.
I had a revision rhinoplasty done 8 weeks ago by the same surgeon who had done my original surgery.(I only paid for the cost of anesthesia) There is little to no improvement in my nose. I know that they say to wait a full year to see the results but I know that with my last surgery, if anything, my nose only got more crooked as time went on.