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It is difficult to give recommendations without photos, but generally, polybeak deformity gives the appearance of a droopy tip. If this is a true polybeak deformity, it can be caused by inadequeate removal of cartilagenous septal cartilage or subtissue, which can only be corrected by surgery; or if the polybeak is caused by scarring, then steroid injection is a very good option. If it is a pseudo-poly beak, and the tip is really drooping, then tip upturning is the solution.
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