Question: I’ve heard that the nasal tip often looks upturned after rhinoplasty. However, my tip looks lower since my surgery and I don’t like it. Is this something that might improve or will I need a revision? If I need a revision, how is the tip lifted?
Answer: In general, patients like to avoid having a tip that droops. In revision rhinoplasty, the tip could be lifted by repositioning the cartilages in the lower portion of the nose and fixing them in position so that the precise position can be obtained.