Rhinoplasty: achieving shortening and definition of the tip? (Photos)
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Rhinoplasty: achieving shortening and definition of the tip?
Most patients do not require a major rhinoplasty. Dropping nose, basic nasal humps and nostril asymmetry can be corrected with simple rhinoplasty procedure. In the simple rhinoplasty we don’t break the nasal bone or remove any cartilage tissue. We make some small touches to nasal tip and cartilage tissue as well as the nasal bone. After this operation you won’t have any bruises, edema or you will not be have to receive any intranasal buffers.
Rhinoplasty, some advices:
With this procedure you get a delicate nose, better harmonize with your other facial features. Respectfully,
Dr. Emmanuel Mallol Cotes.-
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Thank you Zadra for your enquiry. Whilst I agree that you may have a certain degree of caudal overprojection of the nose, I am a little worried by the fact that you have put up a picture calling it your desired result. Rhinoplasty just does not work like that. There are just so many factors that come into play, affecting the final outcome.Your nose certainly can be deprojected, without affecting the tip definition. I often use the opportunity of deprojecting the nose to further refine the tip. Overall, I feel a good result can be achieved.