Some do it to improve aesthetics look while others for medical reasons. Rhinoplasty is commonly known as a nose job is a procedure that helps to change the nose’s shape and/ or improve its function.
Many people ask for a particular nose shape, inspired by their favourite celebrities. However, a good rhinoplasty takes into consideration how your reshaped nose goes with the rest of your facial features. While enhancing the shape of your nose, it should also ensure that the desired result looks natural, matching the balance of both frontal and profile views.
Flat Nose Rhinoplasty (Nose Augmentation) Surgical Method
Rhinoplasty Incision Method
Rhinoplasty is suitable for those with:
Also known as the wings of the nose, some of us have overly wide alar that look disproportionate with the rest of our face. Having nose looking blunt and coarse especially when the alar is far wider to the nose bride, resulting to an unstylish image even with a pretty face. Alar reductions seek to reduce wide-spread alar, keeping the shape of the nose neat and elegant.
When choosing to reduce your alar, make sure to check in with your surgeon for a comprehensive analysis of the shape of your nose, so that you can ensure the symmetry of your reshaped nose and nostrils.
Alar reduction is particularly suitable for those with:
Big Nose/Bulbous Rhinoplasty
For those of us with too-large noses that overshadow the rest of our facial features, we can opt to reshape the nose with bulbous rhinoplasty. This procedure removes fat from the bulk of the nose and aims to correct wide wing cartilage, to achieve a precise and elegant line to the nose.
As nose widths and skin thicknesses differ from person to person, it is recommended that each case is considered carefully and analysed so that the best-individualised results can be achieved.
This procedure is highly suited to people who have: