Do I have an inverted V post rhinoplasty? (Photo)
Doctor Answers 2
You are absolutely right .It appears that you have a classic inverted V deformity which is due to collapse of the mid cartilage part of your nose and /or failure to move the bones of the upper third inwards after removing a hump. This will need a major revision by an open rhinoplasty and the use of spreader grafts . It can be fixed nicely in experienced hands
Inverted-V Rhinoplasty Deformity
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