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Will Taping my Nose Help Raise the Tip Post-rhinoplasty? (photo)

Hi, I had revision rhinoplasty 10 days ago, and while I realize that I still have some swelling, I'm worried about the height of my tip. I have read a... READ MORE

Options for Raising Nasal Bridge Slightly?

I have been thinking about getting nose surgery to elevate the bridge of my nose slightly. I am not looking for a significant change, as my nose is... READ MORE

Can You Raise the Base of the Nose Above the Philtrum if the Nose is Very Long?

I have a very long nose which i feel is far too big, i feel that tip rotation would be very limited in reducing the vertical length of my nose. are... READ MORE

Can I Get my Old Nose Back?

I had rhinoplasty to fix a deviated septum, but the doctor also raised my tip. This was never discussed and now I don't look like my self anymore. I... READ MORE

Simple Rhinoplasty Question?

Hi, I have a seemingly foolish question about the rhinoplasty procedure that I have never seen directly asked our answered. I want to know if it is... READ MORE

Raising the Base of the Nose?

If someone has a prominent nasal spine and tethered upper lip, will removing the nasal spine always shorten the nose by raising the position of the... READ MORE

Asian Alar Tiplasty Nightmare? (photo)

Removed cartilage, put it into a ball in the middle to raise and refine tip. im ok with my low nose, no bridge implant. Now a mo. after, i can see a... READ MORE

How do I avoid getting the uplifted triangular shaped nostrils I see so often on westernized Asian rhinoplasties? (photos)

My nostril holes are already slightly high and lifted, I certainly want to avoid the pig nose and unnatural triangular shaped nostrils. Is it possible... READ MORE

Rhinoplasty: Significantly Reducing Profile of Nose Desired.... Suggestions? (photo)

Hi All! I am looking to significantly reduce the profile of my nose...possibly raise the tip...any suggestions? In addition, will changes in weight (I... READ MORE

Can my Radix Be Raised?

I had rhinoplasty and my radix was made too low and too "sharp" causing a shadow near my eyes. Can my radix be raised with revision surgery? This is... READ MORE

The Base of my Nostrils Hangs Lower Than my Columella? (photo)

Is it possible to raise my nostrils? The base of my nostrils hangs lower than my columella. From front on this gives my nose a upside down v-shape.... READ MORE

Can a Nose of This Sort Have the Nose Bridge Raised an and Defined Through Non-surgical Rhinoplasty? (photo)

Though this is an ethnic nose, I just wanted to know if having the bridge raised and defined is possible without going under the knife. Would it be... READ MORE

Septorhinoplasty/dorsal hump removal - Raising the tip necessary?

Hi all, I'm just wondering, is raising the tip a routine part of rhinoplasty procedures? Some have told me that the tip will inevitably drop over... READ MORE

Question Regarding Rhinoplasty to Raise Nose Bridge?

From what I've read, the options to raise the nose bridge are either an implant or using the patients' cartilage from either the nose, behind the ear,... READ MORE

Who is considered the best surgeon to raise the bridge of the nose? Please help I am desperate and hopeless. (photo)

I underwent two rhinoplasty surgeries, first one the tip correction and second the nose bridge, cut out the hump and make it smooth.Now it is too... READ MORE

How much could my nose be shortened and the tip raised? (photo)

I am not happy with my nose its just too long and wide but mostly too long. How much realistically could I shorten it and raise the tip? is there... READ MORE

Can the nasal spine be removed? (Photo)

I found that the beginning of my columella start to low. I would like that the beginning of my columella start more high at the level of the nostrils.... READ MORE

Would I benefit from a nasal bridge raise? (photos)

I am an 18 year old male. Also, the top of my nasal bone is flat and my physiology teacher said it might be a "deviated septum" (photo 2) (I have no... READ MORE

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