A drooping nasal tip with excessive fullness right above it can make a person’s nose look like a parrot beak. This is known as a polly beak malformation. The polly beak malformation can be categorized in two ways.
Patients may have a soft-tissue polly beak, a result of excess internal scar tissue. Primary rhinoplasty can cause this when performed incorrectly. A soft-tissue polly beak can also be due to prolonged swelling in the tissues.
The other type of polly beak is known as a cartilaginous polly beak. This malformation is the result of not taking away enough cartilage from a nasal hump. When cartilage is left in the region after this, it can create the polly beak appearance.
Have your polly beak addressed today – schedule a rhinoplasty consultation at the office of Dr. Evan Ransom. Dr. Ransom is a skilled double-board-certified surgeon specializing in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and will be able to determine the type of polly beak you have, along with a suitable solution.