A pollybeak deformity is also known as a supratip deformity (because of its position on the nose) or parrot beak deformity (because of its appearance). This nasal issue, which can be corrected with rhinoplasty surgery, is usually caused by a previous rhinoplasty.
When rhinoplasty is used to solve any issues that a primary rhinoplasty resulted in, it’s called corrective, or revision, rhinoplasty. Pollybeak deformities can be corrected in several ways by skilled plastic surgeons.
Doctors Calvin Peters and Kendall Peters are talented, respected, board-certified plastic surgeons with experience performing pollybeak correction rhinoplasty. To learn more about the procedure, contact our office and set up an appointment.