After removing the silicone from the nose it tickles the tip of the nose and it stings
Q: A woman in her mid-30s. I had a nose surgery with silicone + nose tip allodum. About a month later, I became inflamed. After taking medicine for a month, I removed nasal silicon three months ago. I returned to my original nose condition, but sometimes the tip of my nose is itchy. (I had surgery with my right nostril at the time.)
At first, the tip of the nose was throbbing, but gradually the nose bridge was swollen and the right nostril was stained, but now the right nostril is tingling. It feels like poking with a needle. The bridge of the nose is soft now, but the tip of the nose is still slightly hard enough to not be a pig nose. When would be a good time for reoperation?
A: If we had removed the silicone, the inflammation would have been cured. After about three months, reoperation is possible. If you want to make it clearer, you can wait about six months.
Most of the inflammation itself begins to recover after removing silicone and almost recovers in about a month. It is highly likely that the stabbing is not due to inflammation. Visit the plastic surgery clinic for counseling.