Thinking of a Second Nose Job, Need Suggestions.

I got a nose job last year. I had bulbous tip, broad & low bridge, broad nostrils.It was not at all sharp,i wanted a sharper nose. In my nose job, doctors narrowed the bridge by sharpening it through some instruement & gave some tip projection.Now, i'hv 2 probs: 1)when bridges were sharpened some flesh has gone down from both the sides coz of this i sometimes hav breathing prob specially while sleeoing 2) nose look unnatural, frm front the middle part luk too sharp for the corners & nosetrils

Doctor Answers 3

Unnatural Appearance and Breathing Problems after Rhinoplasty

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It is difficult to visualize what your nose looks like after reading your description without photographs. However, if you do have an unnatural appearance and breathing problems, I'd recommend consultation with an experienced revision rhinoplasty surgeon. Another operation will probably  be beneficial.

Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Getting a more natural nose with revision rhinoplasty

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It's hard to give much imput without seeing your nose. In general, the issues you describe can be improved with revision surgery. Make sure you consult with an experienced revision rhinoplasty surgeon.

Thomas A. Lamperti, MD
Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 22 reviews

1 year post rhinoplasty

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It is hard to give you an opinion without you submitting at least current photos. It would be even more helpful if you submitted before pictures, or the computer images, if any, that were discussed with your surgeon.

Best of luck,

Michel Siegel, MD
Houston Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 113 reviews

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