Professor Esra Eryaman
Ear, Nose & Throat / Head & Neck Surgery Specialist
Polly- beak deformity refers to a nose and tip resembling a parrot's beak. It is either congenital or results from prior rhinoplasty surgery. There is an excess prominence in the supratip area of the nose or the tip of the nose is short and droopy. This prominence may be either soft tissue or cartilage. To correct this deformity in rhinoplasty, the excess tissue on the supratip is taken, the tip area is projected and by forming a ‘’break ‘’ in the supratip area, an attractive, new profile is created. This content reflects only information, physician consultation is recommended for the diagnosis and treatment.