Hi, I have a seemingly foolish question about the rhinoplasty procedure that I have never seen directly asked our answered. I want to know if it is possible to raise the tip of the nose or maybe completely reshape it. Is that possible? Of all the before and after pictures I've seen, I've always just seen a dorsal hump removed/lessened or a curve to the bridge added. Is it possible to raise the tip and remove cartilage? Thanks!
Simple Rhinoplasty Question?
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Yes it is possible. Most patients in my practice want their nasal tips lifted and refined in addition dorsal hump removal.
Can my tip be reshaped with a rhinoplasty?
Yes, it is definitely possible to raise/reshape the tip of your nose. Many patients notice their tip is droopy or bulbous and this is their main concern. The most important thing is to choose a surgeon that is board certified in plastic surgery or ENT and has a great deal of experience and expertise in rhinoplasty.
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Raising the Nasal Tip
Is it possible to raise a nasal tip and reshape it?
What can I expect from my rhinoplasty surgery?
Simple rhinoplasty. Question?
Refining and reshaping the nasal tip is one of the most common and most important parts of rhinoplasty.
Raising or lowering the tip can be accomplished during surgery.
The overall balance of the nose and the face is always important when making changes to the nose.
Consult a doctor close to you to talk about your goals.
Hope this helps
A Tip Rhinoplasty is Used to Reshape the Tip of the Nose Including Raising It
I hope that helps.
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