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I have a bump inside my nose that causes it to be a bit bent and difficult for me to breathe.

Your questions answered by our surgeon, Lucian Ion, FRCS(Plast)

Question

I have a bump inside my nose that causes it to be a bit bent and difficult for me to breathe. I had surgery (rhinoplasty) done about a year and a half / two years ago. However, I am not really happy with it as I still have trouble breathing and unhappy with the appearance.

My tip of the nose is still quite tender and I can feel a bit of cartilage outside my right nostril but my doctor said this will not have any effect.

What would be the best option for restructure as well as getting rid of the bump inside my left nostril? Or would it be better to just leave it how it is as there could be a chance of the nose collapsing?

Answer

This is a type of question that can be properly answered without a consultation.

In essence, very much depends on the characteristics of your nasal shape, the texture of the cartilage, the support that is already in place or that can be added and the overall result that you would like to achieve.

At the time of a consultation, it is possible to define more accurately these points and give you more customised advice.

Lucian Ion Cosmetic Surgeon Mr Lucian Ion FRCS(Plast)
129 Harley Street
London
W1G 6BA

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