It's been two years and five months since my original septorhinoplasty procedure was performed. As I assume the result I see in the mirror at this point is here to stay since my nose has had ample time to heal, I'm still focused on an indentation on the right side of my bridge just above the nostril which is causing an asymmetrical appearance. As I'd prefer to avoid revision rhinoplasty at this point to address this issue, is this something that could be fixed with an injectable filler? Thanks
Suggestions for Post Rhinoplasty Nose Bridge Indentation? (photo)
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Dermal filler for minor contour irregularities after rhinoplasty
You have had sufficient time to heal to try dermal fillers safely for minor contour irregularities. Hyaluronic acids like Restylane or Perlane are good options, as is Radiesse. I would caution against putting any permanent fillers in your nose. From your photo it is difficult to assess the indentation you mention.
Suggestions for Post Rhinoplasty Nose Bridge Indentation?
Yes try a filler but the issue is very very minor in my viewing of the posted photos. There are ALWAYS minor asymmetries.
Small Indent after Rhinoplasty
I assume it's the my right and your left - above the nostril. You could try an injectable filler such as silicone or radiesse. However a cartilage graft may be necessary.
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Unfortunately, the indentation you describe above your nostril on your right is not readily apparent from the photo you submitted. In that regard, you may want to consult a facial plastic surgeon experienced in the delicate art of using fillers for nasal rejuvenation. My personal experience is with Silikon-1000, an off-label filler for permanent results.
Hope this helps you.
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