Is this my final result? (Photo)

I had a rhinoplasty performed to address a bulbous tip and my nose veering to the right. My plastic surgeon told me the veering was caused by my bulbous tip being asymmetrical. It's been a year since it was performed, and I see minimal improvement. Is there any chance that my nose will get better or is this the final result?

Doctor Answers 3

1 year post op, some advices:

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Thank you very much for sharing your concerns about your Rhinoplasty with us.

After having analyzed all the info and photos provided to us, i recommend to perform a Secondary Rhinoplasty (not a tip revision) this means (basically) treat the nasal bones and the nasal cartilages.
Therefore i would perform a narrowing of the nasal base (nose osteotomy) and alar and triangular cartilage shaping.

Dr. Emmanuel Mallol Cotes.-

Dominican Republic Plastic Surgeon
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Is this my final result?

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Thank you for your question.
If it has been a year since you had the rhinoplasty as you say, then what you now have is your final result. You will need to discuss your concerns with  your surgeon, possibly seek a second opinion.
Kind regards.

1 year following rhinoplasty - final result?

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Hello aarondennis and thank you for your question. If you are still concerned about your nasal appearance and it has been one year, I would consider a second opinion. Of course, talk to your surgeon first and express your concerns. There are techniques that can give you improvement in the bulbous nasal tip you are describing.

Jordan Rihani, MD
Southlake Facial Plastic Surgeon
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