Thank you for posting about your trip on the blog! Was looking forward to hearing from your experiences there!
Tell, doctor, and this is an unrelated topic (although related to the last one I posted)...
When a doctor performs the type of rhinomodelation (rhino without surgery) by using fillers, does necessarily lifting the tip of the nose lead to a narrowing of the width of the nose?
I am thinking of how the movement of traction of the tip of the nose should lead (well, it would seem like, from pinching and elevating one's nose's tip) to contraction of the nostrils, therefore making the nostrils look smaller from the front.
Does that always happen or for that to happen do doctors have to make some additional injections in strategic points?
I would not mind if my making the tip "higher" would narrow my nostrils! but don't want to keep my hopes up neither!