Tip too long after rhinoplasty? (Photo)
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Septal extension graft
Thanks for your question. Septal extension grafts have become increasingly popular over the last few years. The idea is to stabilize the base of your nose so you get a more predictable long-term result. They are very useful in controlling the projection of your nasal tip. Since you're only two weeks out, you have a lot of edema in the tip of your nose which will take months to go away. So, I wouldn't worry too much about how things look at this point.
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