Septorhinoplasty to correct deviated septum and...
- 5 Jun 2009
septorhinoplasty to correct deviated septum and remove bump on the bridge. surgery results are not satisfactory as my nose is now crooked to one side (septum has possibly been overcorrected and pushed too far to the other side). my surgeon has removed the bump but he also reduced tip to make it more in proportion. this has resulted in a blunt bulbous looking tip.
Is there any way to add to the tip to make it slightly longer and more defined? i had asked my surgeon for a modest supratip break however my nose is now completely straight. is there any way a revision could achieve this supratip break?
surgeon did not do what was agreed in consultations