The very tip of my nose looks droops down. I am 64 years old, very conscious of my appearance, and never noticed this before. Does this sort of thing happen with aging? I want to have it lifted. Does this require rhinoplasty?
A drooping nasal tip happens often with age. It is a result of weakening ligaments and support in the tip of the nose which allows it to fall. It can be corrected reliably, but requires a rhinoplasty.
Posted by Dr. Buckingham