What is an inverted-V deformity? An inverted-V deformity can occur after a rhinoplasty if the cartilages are not sewn back up together. Typically, on frontal view, you see an upside down V in between the bones, which are the top third of the nose, and the cartilage, which is the lower two-thirds of the nose.
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What if I Hit My Nose after a Rhinoplasty? When Should I Be Concerned? Within the first six weeks of rhinoplasty, the healing is still happening and the nose can be sensitive to any kind of damage or trauma that occurs to it. If you hit your nose and you find it hurts or causes
I am exactly eight weeks after my rhinoplasty and it still looks like I have a lot of swelling; is that normal? Yes, it is very common, especially if the skin is thicker, to have swelling just two months after a rhinoplasty. In general, it does take six months to one year for all the