Question : I would like to remove a bulge at the end of my nose. It is just at the tip and does not involve my nostrils. How does a nose job fix the end of the nose? Will the extra tissue be cut off?
Answer : The extra tissue at the tip of your nose can be improved with a rhinoplasty procedure. There is a popular term now called tip-plasty where the surgery is confined to just the tip of nose. Depending on what the extra tissue is – it could be soft tissue, cartilage or just a curve in the anatomy and not abnormal tissue – this will determine whether the tissue is actually removed or whether suture techniques are needed to re-orientate the tissue.