How much swelling is left? Will my nose shrink any significant amount? (photos)

I had a revision on my nasal tip to shorten my nose after a previous rhinoplasty. The revision showed NO differences in length. It has been almost 2 months. Will my nose shrink in the length? Is there still significant swelling in the tip? If I am not happy, is it uncommon to request a third surgery? At this point should I go to a different surgeon? This one seems to be extremely conservative when I want a drastic change and have been a little disappointed two times.

Doctor Answers 1

Revision rhinoplasty at 2 months

Two months is likely too early to consider the tip projection final.  Swelling takes even longer to go away with revision rhinoplasty than it does in a primary one.

Revision rhinoplasty at 2 months

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Two months is likely too early to consider the tip projection final.  Swelling takes even longer to go away with revision rhinoplasty than it does in a primary one.

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