What is the exact problem of my previous rhinoplasty??? (photo)

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What is the exact problem of my previous rhinoplasty

This is difficult to answer with the poor quality photo presented. It appears that there is a collapse of the right upper lateral cartilage that a spreader graft might be able to correct. The tip also looks asymmetric possibly requiring trimming of the cephalic portion of the left lower cartilage. Scott L Busch D.O.,F.A.C.S


Cherry Hill Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Convexity left nose

Most Likely scenario is a c shape deformity of your septum pushing upper lateral and possibly the lateral ala of the lower lateral cartilage outwards!
with an open approach it would be difficult to miss this deformity!
best wishes
J Tahery
Consultant Otolaryngologis/facial plastic Surgeon
Chester,UK

Jawed Tahery, FRCS
Manchester Facial Plastic Surgeon
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