When the size or shape of your nose makes you uncomfortable, it can have a huge effect on your physical appearance and self-confidence. Rhinoplasty will relieve your discomfort by redefining your nose and correct the associated health problems. A Rhinoplasty remains one of the plastic surgery procedures most commonly performed for men and women alike. But nose reshaping, as common as it may be, is not for everyone. If you’re considering getting a job with your nose, there are a few attributes that might make you a successful candidate.
Unhappy With Your Facial Symmetry
Sure, a rhinoplasty can give patients who wish to strengthen their nasal structure significant medical benefits, but nose surgery can also be an ideal choice for patients who are dissatisfied with the aesthetic appearance of their noses.
Our noses define our face so feeling self-conscious about bumps or ridges that look strange is natural. Bridge, nasal tip, nose outline, and nostril shape may be modified by a rhinoplasty to provide either subtle contouring or cosmetic redesign, depending on your needs.
Rhinoplasty surgery is a common and yet complex nose surgery. This procedure can create a smaller nose, reshape the nose, eliminate any unwanted bumps and straighten the nose. A nose job is a good procedure to consider if you want to improve your facial features and are bothered by asymmetry. Before scheduling your rhinoplasty procedure, here are few unknown tips you should know.
Do Not Underestimate The Power Of A Great Surgeon
Want the best possible outcome from your rhinoplasty procedure? Choose a facial plastic surgeon that is board certified. Board certified surgeons have gone through numerous exams and years of additional training so you can rest assured that you are in the best of hands.
A nose job, or Rhinoplasty, is a procedure performed to improve the overall aesthetic of this central facial feature. There are a number of common complaints people have about their nose, from overall size in proportion to the rest of their facial features, bumps and indentations, the width of the nose, the positioning of the nostrils, nasal tips that are hooked, bulbous, or upturned, and issues with asymmetry.
Through a rhinoplasty procedure, all of these issues are typically resolved very successfully. In addition to these aesthetic issues, sometimes the function of the nose is improved through rhinoplasty as well.
Rhinoplasty results should always look natural. At Ear, Nose & Throat of Fairfield, we know how to achieve the perfect balanced rhinoplasty for your facial structure, so it is only noticeable because you look better. You looking and feeling better is the only part that should really ever be noticed after your procedure.
Noticeable InThe Right Way
Deciding to have a nose job usually takes quite a long time of deliberation for most patients. Deciding whether or not the procedure is right for you can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months. You know what you dislike about your nose and you know how you would like the end result to look like. Looking better should be a subtle, natural change.
Choose Ear, Nose & Throat Of Fairfield
How to achieve that subtle outcome depends on your surgeon. At Ear, Nose & Throat of Fairfield, we will counsel you regarding your achievable results and show you what can be accomplished. A subtle change that appropriately fits your face and bone structure are the best results with a nose job. Continue reading
Men have always had nose surgery for functional issues. Birth defects, deviated septa, facial injuries, and sinus issues have all been common reasons for men to seek surgical corrections. But, times have changed and elective rhinoplasty is the number one plastic surgery procedure in men. Tens of thousands of men see plastic surgeons for rhinoplasty surgery every year.
Men are turning to rhinoplasty surgery for a variety of reasons. While women often complain about noses that are wide or tips that are on a little on the bulbous side, giving the face a more masculine appearance. Their goal is for a daintier appearing, smaller nose. Men are more likely to request the straightening of a crooked bridge, the removal of an obvious hump or, with the goal being that of achieving a more natural appearance. Continue reading