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Q: My surgeon reduced my tip making my profile smaller, and thinned the bridge of my nose a little bit, I had internal and external splints, a little after 2 weeks I began to feel a bump on the right … Continue reading
Q: First Rhinoplasty: 10 months ago. Main concern: hump but bridge was narrowed, cartilage removed from tip and lifted. Had to go back in March as I developed a huge hump on the side where original hump was removed – … Continue reading
Q: Hello, I got my first revision about 3 months ago to fix pinching, but the sides of the bridge is still pinched. The tip looks great but the bridge still looks pinched. Not as bad as before, but it … Continue reading
I have an Asian bulbous nose. Which procedures would be best for rising the bridge and giving the tip more definition?
Q: I have an Asian bulbous nose that I would like slim down with rhinoplasty. I would also like the bridge raised and the tip defined. Any recommendations on what procedure to go with and what would be necessary to … Continue reading
Q: I’m Filipina with a flat bulbous nose. I was wondering if harvesting rib cartilage, how long will it fully heal? My PS says he needs to use rib cartilage for a significant change. I also want to get a … Continue reading
Diced cartilage life term – is there a significant difference if fascia is used or not? Is the fascia important?
Q: Is there a significant difference of the cartilage Life Term (resorption) between using diced cartilage wrapped in fascia and diced cartilage combined with Fibringlue without fascia? Is the fascia Important? A: Fascia is more important to maintain the height, … Continue reading
Q: 1 month ago I got a rhinoplasty and I am unhappy about the size of my bulbous / tip area. It is really big (I wanted definition, narrower elongated tip. I believe that my nose is attainable for this … Continue reading
Q: I got my nose done a year ago using I-silicone & ear cartilage. Kindly need your advice on my questions below: 1. The nose is crooked. The nostril is contorted. Is this normal/acceptable? Are there potential complications? 2. I … Continue reading
Q: For my 4th Revision Asian Rhinoplasty, I want to add columellar strut to support the tip using irradiated rib cartilage. Could it be shaped as if there’s a ‘half bone cut’ look? Could columellar strut be added using ear … Continue reading
Q: Hi I am thinking about getting a higher nose bridge and improved nose tip. From my research I prefer getting an autologous cartilage graft because gortex would normally slide down my nose due to gravity over time which means … Continue reading