Why is my nose bridge soft and my nose stuffy two years after rhinoplasty?
I am sorry that your Rhinoplasty didn't go as planned. I have performed Rhinoplasty and Revision Rhinoplasty for over 25 years. Have you had this conversation with your Rhinoplasty surgeon? The nasal bridge should not be soft, pliable or spongy. This indicates perhaps some type of grafting material, tissue layer like fascia that doesn't have the tensile strength of the nasal bone and cartilage.
The nasal stuffiness typically disappears a few months after Rhinoplasty as the swelling subsides internally. At 2 years post Rhinoplasty, it's not the Rhinoplasty that's causing the stuffiness but more likely inhaled nasal allergens. A trip to the allergist should sort that problem out.
As far as the appearance of the nose. It's best to have a couple of consultations with experienced Rhinoplasty Surgeons to get an evaluation and honest recommendation on what can and can't be done. Hope this helps.
Soft Bridge with Stuffy Nose 2 Years Post Rhinoplasty
It is difficult to explain your anatomy and symptoms without pictures; a personal examination probably will be necessary to make a diagnosis and recommendations.
Nose bridge soft after rhinoplasty
It is difficult to know why your bridge is soft and your nose seems to lack shape or support. If your surgeon cannot help you might seek a second opinion to see if an improvement can be worked out.