Feeling self-conscious about your nose after a rhinoplasty surgery? If the bridge of your nose seems misshapen and sunken, you may have an inverted V deformity caused by primary rhinoplasty. This can be corrected with revision rhinoplasty.
With an inverted V deformity, the middle vault area of the nose has sunken inwards, revealing two thin nasal bones in harsh relief. These bones form the wings of a V shape and can only be corrected with a revision rhinoplasty.
Correcting an inverted V deformity with a revision rhinoplasty requires the skilled hands of Dr. Lee Ann Klausner, a trustworthy surgeon. Experienced board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Klausner will make sure to provide you with optimal results. To set up a consultation, contact our New York office.