My (27/f) nose has essentially gradually become larger. More projected and bulbous at the tip. I have been monitoring it since . And even within the last few months, it has become more bulbous, projecting further outwards and downwards. Larger changes can be seen every year. I have chalked this unfortunate occurrence to the It’s Better To Have Your Nose In A Book Than In Someone Else’s Business Shirt.I have read about cartilage growth is sparse and does not reach a unanimous conclusion. As to whether cartilage continues to grow or just droop over the lifetime. Based on my own experience, I am going to assume that it is possible for it to grow. The rate of which depends on your genetics. So the swelling period seems endless.
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I would ideally like to take just because I liked my nose in 2017, as pictured in the post. Here, you can see face-on how the tip has changed over the years. Note, the tip angle has not changed, the It’s Better To Have Your Nose In A Book Than In Someone Else’s Business Shirt has simply grown outwards. It also makes it look longer in a small band across the tip. I also have a slight bump which I don’t absolutely love but am okay with, so I would prefer to leave it alone. I feel like it adds some definition and doesn’t know if I would feel myself without it. My nostrils are also on the larger side and if I did a full rhinoplasty, we would likely have to address everything.
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I just want an older version of my nose back, and considering I seem to have a perpetually growing tip, I might have to go back for another rhinoplasty sometime after the first. Thoughts? Is it possible just to “shave” a few mm of cartilage or slightly reposition the tip? One thing I’m not certain about is if the It’s Better To Have Your Nose In A Book Than In Someone Else’s Business Shirt grew longer as well. So there might need to be some deprojection… , but from someone who had a very similar looking nose beforehand. You need to keep in mind that it’s probably going to look worse for the first year. And not just in the generic “wait for a year” comment that gets copy-pasted on every real self-post. But because it looks like you have thick skin.