Hi I am 18 years old and had gotten a reconstructive rhinoplasty to fix my crooked nose and deviated septum 1 year ago. My nose is still crooked, the tip is still huge and hard to the touch, which i think is due to the ear graft put in it. My septum is not straight still. I have very thick skin. On the sidewalls of my nose, the left side is fine, but the right is missing bone i think, it caves in. I am VERY depressed with the result of my nose, and will get a revision. HELP ME PLEASE!
1 year post OP Rhinoplasty, noose looks weird, tip is huge still, still crooked nose, septum not completely straight. (photo)
Doctor Answers 7
Revision rhinoplasty for a more natural and functional node.
REVISION RHINOPLASTY CANDIDATE
1 year after primary rhinoplasty
Best of luck
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Without knowing exactly what was performed or being able to see your pre-opererative photos, it is somewhat difficult to guide you. Nevertheless, it appears that you have a bulbous tip, possibly due to your cartilage graft. This may require an open rhinoplasty to correct. It is important that you see a board-certified Plastic Surgeon who specializes in rhinoplasty and obtain your previous records to know exactly what was done.