I have a hook nose with a sort of droopy tip. I would like to get a nose job and was wondering how this would be fixed?
A hook nose with droopy tip can be a difficult problem to fix but if you are an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon it can be accomplished quite nicely. The procedure would usually be done under general anesthesia or IV sedation, whichever the patient chooses. The most important thing in this case would be not only to get rid of the hook and fix the bones but to support the tip with a cartilage graft, which will help keep it from drooping.
Posted by Dr. Galitz