A bulbous tip can be caused by a combination of things: too much tip cartilage, tip cartilage that is in the wrong position, and tip cartilage that is too splayed apart. Additionally, excess tissue at the tip may be due to extra fat in the skin of the nasal tip. Defattening of the tip is often necessary to bring out more contour and precision in the shape of the tip.
Those patients with thick skin may not be able to achieve as much refinement as they would like because the thick skin can mask a great deal to the refinement achieved in underlying cartilage.
Those patients with very thin skin may not be able to achieve as much refinement either because the amount of cartilage alteration may have to be limited; or else it might show through the skin.
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Dr.K.O.Paulose FRCS DLO, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Jubilee Hospital, Trivandrum, Kerala, India. www.drpaulose.comÂ Â
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Dr.K.O.Paulose FRCS, Consultant ENT Surgeon
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