Hello Dr Naderi.
I had underwent a rhinoplasty procedure about 4 years ago to scrape down the nasal bone and also to make the tip of my nose shorter. All went well, except I am starting to notice a few wrinkles or “sagging lines” coming from my nose down to my cheeks (I am only 21). I do notice this a lot more on one side than the other and on the more prominent side, it also seems that the bone from the side of my nose(the upper part near the tear trough) was shaved a little too much and more than the other side that seems to have a thicker bone still there with less lines. Is this due to the side of the nasal bone being scrapped down too much? and if so, can these lines be corrected?
I would have to see and examine you and look at your before pictures to see what changes have occured to your nose and face. I cannot make specific comments about your nose, your rhinoplasty or your face without seeing you but just remember that the human face is NOT symmetric and we have asymmetry from side to side and often after surgery, patients start really noticing and focusing on these asymmetries.