Rhinoplasty - open roof deformity. Would my nasal bones have been long enough? (Photos)
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Tip problem after rhinoplasty
Hello scutebb. According your pictures you have an open dorsum and insufficient tip projection. The length of your nasal bones is not a concern to treat that deformity. You need a revision surgery. The best way is to ask your surgeon to do it. It will cost you a lot less than to find a new surgeon (of course if you still trust your surgeon). Good luck.
Nasal bones long enough for osteotomy? Sure!
Either way, you need to wait a year and then undergo re-operation. And it's not just a "little" touch-up operation--it's still a redo rhinoplasty that takes another year to fully soften, settle, and regain sensation. But it's not only possible, but beneficial in your case. Best wishes! Dr. Tholen
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