April 10th, 2017
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While most people would assume that the most common cause of a short, upturned nose is simply bad genetics, in many cases it is caused a previous rhinoplasty. Patients that have had a rhinoplasty in the past that aimed at reducing the size or length of their nose may now have the opposite problem. This is often caused by the surgical scar contracting and pulling the tip of the nose upward.
While a short nose may look fine on a smaller person, when placed on a larger, taller person it will look out of place because of the imbalance in facial proportions. As we mentioned earlier, the nose is one of those facial features that you usually only notice when there is something unusual about it.
Men and women that want a rhinoplasty to correct a short nose have a few very good options. The primary goal of these procedures is to push the tip of the nose down to lengthen the nose and also correct the turned-up tip.
The septum is the thin strip of cartilage that separates your nostrils. With this method, a piece of cartilage is sutured to the tip of the septum to hold the tip of the nose down. The cartilage can come from the nose itself or the rib.
In this method, a longer strip of cartilage is used. This graft is placed higher up the bridge of the nose and extends down to the front. This longer spreader graft gives more support for the upturned nose to be “turned” down.
Short noses, especially after previous rhinoplasty surgery, can be very difficult to completely correct and “re-lengthen”. When it comes to a rhinoplasty, patients should always make sure to work with a board-certified surgeon that they trust and get along well with. Dr. Hall is not only a respected, board-certified surgeon, but our patients absolutely love coming to meet with him.
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