The nose tip is perhaps a challenging part of the nose.
Rhinoplasty to correct a bulbous nasal tip is targeted at reshaping the lower lateral cartilage to achieve more of a refined and streamlined appearance. In some cases this is accomplished by using suture techniques. Sutures can be placed to narrow the domal segments of the lower lateral cartilage. In recent times the use of Nasal Tip Ball Implants and Septal mesh has gained popularity as these implants are re-absorbable, can be quickly implanted, and surgical time is short. Though the implant dissolves away after 2 years the results are long lasting as it is your own tissue that replaces this implant overtime.