Question: I had a nose job to remove a hump on my nose. The hump is gone but my nose is now convex. Can the hump, or a smaller one, be put back?
Answer: It sounds like your plastic surgeon was a bit too aggressive with your nasal hump removal and may have used a chisel to take the entire hump off in one move rather than the better method of nasal hump removal which is to remove the cartilage part of the hump and the bone part of the hump, little by little by little until the proper nasal bridge contour is achieved. At this point what you need is cartilage grafting to the bridge to build up your nose and correct the ski slope or the saddle deformity. We specialize in revision rhinoplasty, and would be happy to meet with you.