Drooping Nose Tip

Nasal ptosis, commonly known as a drooping nose tip, occurs when the tip or point of your nose droops downward. In this medical condition, the term 'caudal nose tip' is used, with 'caudal' referring to 'towards the tail end'. Read on for frequently asked questions about treating a drooping nose tip.

For toxins to have an impact, they specifically target the muscles. This means that the desired outcome is limited to situations where the descent of your nose is observed only whilst smiling. However, if you need adjustments to the cartilage structures, exploring non-surgical rhinoplasty options with dermal fillers would be more suitable.