Nose reshaping, one of the most common procedures at Smith Surgery, can change the size of the nose to bring it into balance with the rest of the face, enhance the size or position of the nostrils, and move the position of the nasal tip from drooping to upturned. It can even get rid of any visible humps or depressions on the bridge of the nose. Many patients choose rhinoplasty (commonly known as a nose job) in order to have an improved profile. As you scroll through this gallery, notice the unique differences and vast options available with a rhinoplasty.
Noses are often the first thing people notice because it is the focal point of our face. People tend to be quick to judge beauty and the face plays a major role in what makes us beautiful. Since your nose sits in the middle of your face, it is a big factor in it’s overall appearance. Noses that are too large or disproportional can be distracting from the true, natural beauty of a face. Even people who were perceived as having an average nose before the procedure, were thought to be more beautiful and have a better profile after the surgery.
A nose reshaping surgery has additional benefits besides turning average people into beauties practically overnight. Some people who suffer from a deviated septum, a condition where off-center cartilage in the nose causes issues breathing, can benefit from rhinoplasty. The surgery can re-center the cartilage in order to greatly improve breathing. Sleep and exercise become immensely more comfortable after the surgery.
If your nose has been damaged in an accident, a nose reshaping surgery could be right for you. Repairing a broken nose within two weeks of the accident has very positive results. After two weeks, the bones become fixed and it is more difficult to straighten. The surgeon you choose for your surgery will greatly determine your outcome. For more information on a corrective nose reshaping, click here.
Dr Smith is one of the top cosmetic surgeons in the country. Compared to the 2013 industry average, Dr. Smith performed 94% more nose reshaping surgeries than average. He is one of the few surgeons in the nation who is board certified in Plastic Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery, and Ear, Nose and Throat. Since he has these three different boards, he has a unique view on rhinoplasty.
Dr. Smith uses computer imaging for each rhinoplasty consultation. After taking a picture of the patient, he can morph the image to show what the outcome of the surgery will be. Patients often find it very helpful to be able to compare their before and potential-after pictures before the surgery. If you are interested in learning more about nose reshaping or finding out if it’s right for you, please schedule a consultation.
You are a good candidate for a nose job if you are over 18, are in good general health, and are not taking any drugs or supplements that might cause complications. It is important for any nose job candidate to have realistic expectations going into their surgery. There is no such thing as a “perfect” nose since every face shape is different. But, Dr. Smith takes time to understand what each patient desires his or her profile to look like. He strives to make sure the outcome is what you expect. For more information about nose reshaping, please check out this blog article.