A droopy nasal tip not only makes the nose look longer from the front, but also gives an unattractive look to the nose and its relation to the upper lip in profile. The sharp angle between the nose and the upper lip must be corrected. An important concern in this case is long term preservation of this correction. Dr. Sazgar’s method for correction of droopy noses is presented in the following article.
Lateral crural setback with cephalic turn-in flap: a method to treat the drooping nose.
Arch Facial Plast Surg. 2010 Dec 15; 12 (6):30-427
This method was praised by the head editor of the prestigious Archives of Facial Plastic Surgery.
Larrabee WF Jr.
A global surgical journal.
Arch Facial Plast Surg. 1122 Nov-Dec; 13 (6):379