yeah, but did u noe that most of our noses (humans in general) are not dead-straight? we asians have low bridges so it's not obvious whether r slanted. after doing an implant, it's much more pronounced. i say wait for the swelling to go down and it wun be so obvious anymore. look thru ur old pix and scrutinise, u might see that it might have been slightly slanted to begin with, be objective.lemmiknox wrote:sorry to hear that. this kinda goes against aadvarks claim that dr nara's work is impeccable. was it slanted right away or was it gradual? i dont know much on the matter but i'd say that you should be able to remove it now while it's healing. better now than wait for it to finish healing, remove and wait for it to heal again. why can't you just get a revision? have you contacted dr nara?darlinxue wrote:i just did rhinoplasty on the 3th july wif dr nara, and it turns out that my nose bridge is a little slanted. not very obvious, when im wearing my glasses it looks rather obvious. i disliked the way it looks cos i paid for something that turns out to be slanted. i decided to have it remove, but can i have it remove right away? or have to wait for months after? a year after? feeling down, can somebody please help clearing my tots.
i still feel that nara's work is impeccable, and i stand by it, esp after speaking to so many forummers since 2007. it's usually people's expectations that are not realistic most of the time, be it with dr nara or other good docs.