Question: The very tip of my nose looks like it droops down. I am 64 years old, very conscious of my appearance, and never noticed this before. Does this sort of thing happen with aging? I want to have it lifted. Does this require rhinoplasty?
Answer: The tip of the nose can droop with age due to loss of nasal tip support with aging. Dynamic tip droop due to smiling or talking can be lifted using botox to the Depressor Nasi Septi muscle in a non surgical Rhinoplasty fashion but senile ptosis or drooping of the nasal tip due to aging must be corrected with Rhinoplasty.