I'm bothered by the tip of my nose ( hanging and non-symmetrical ) after a primary rhinoplasty 10 years ago (Photo)
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Revision rhinoplasty candidate
Hanging Asymmetrical Nasal Tip
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You need the tip rotated up and cartilage grafting to restore normal anatomy.
If you have a good straight piece of septal cartilage for a dorsal graft, this will correct the low dorsum and the crooked nose (probably from an internal valve collapse).
Revision Rhinoplasty Consultation and Nasal Valve Collapse
The left nostril "squeeze" that you describe sounds like you suffer with external nasal valve collapse from over resected lower lateral cartilages. This creates an inward concavity of the nostril with inspiration. An exam can confirm this diagnosis. Repair of the valve is called repair vestibular stenosis, and this can be done at the time of your revision procedure. I would schedule a complete consultation for exam, photos and imaging. It is best to candidly review your aesthetic and functional goals and ask your surgeon for his/her recommendations.
Congratulations on pursuing recommendations for nasal enhancement. Best wishes.
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