Pollybeak deformity and other problems. Is this a sign of bad surgery? (Photos)
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Outcome at 4 months
It's unlikely you'll see much positive change. Is it bad surgery? Couldn't say. It's either that or a bad nose to start with, or bad healing, or all of the above. Some judicious fillers/steroids injected by an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon, not the local beautician, may be able to improve things a smidgen for you whilst the next 8 months go by. Best of luck.
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