A drooping nose or nasal tip ptosis is a condition affecting the appearance of the nose as well as the function with possible airway obstruction. Ptosis is a medical term simply referring to a droopiness of a body part, in this case the nose. The nose is a prominent facial feature and when the tip droops it can have a dramatic influence on the overall appearance of the face.
The causes of a drooping nose are numerous and treatment can be surgical or non-surgical depending on the extent of the condition.
Dr. Yael Halaas is a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon who, through her extensive experience and well-known expertise in her field, will improve both cosmetic and functional deformities of a drooping nose.
Call Dr. Halaas at her New York City office for a consultation. Allow her to go that extra step in determining whether the muscles play a role in nasal tip drooping through a very simple test. She will just ask you to smile. This allows her to analyze the dynamic movement of the nasal tip and determine whether facial muscles need to be addressed.
After determining whether surgical or medical treatment with injectable facial fillers will resolve your nose ptosis, she will explain in detail your best possible options and answer your questions.
Your outcome will be cosmetically, functionally and ethnically topnotch.
Written by Dr. Halaas