I had a nose job that didn’t turn out the way I expected. I am past anger and the embarrassment. Now I am quite anxious about getting it repaired. Are you able to add tissue to the nose? My nose was made too narrow and now needs to be made wider.
I am sorry to hear about your disappointment with your past nasal surgery. Yes, you absolutely can add tissue to the nose to widen it. This is usually done with cartilage taken from your nasal septum, your ear, or in some cases your rib. Usually the name of the graft used to widen the nose is called the spreader graft, and we can decide together which areas you would benefit most from widening, during your computer imaging session in the office.