I have this ugly asian nose, with big nasal tip and nostrils. i want to reduce the size of my nose. what kind of operation should be done to reduce the size of my nose?
What Kind Of Operation Should Be Done To Reduce The Size Of My Asian Nose?
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You are describing common features desired by Asians looking to have an Asian Rhinoplasty, which often involves alar base reduction.
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Asian rhinoplasty to reshape the nose
Your concerns are commonly shared by many patients considering Asian rhinoplasty. There are many safe, reliable ways to refine and narrow your nose using grafts from your own body.
Asian rhinoplasty options
Hard to really tell without photos or exam. Look at your nose and ask what (reasonably) to you want to change. Most of the time the alae and tip can be reduced. Remember that you are not make out of clay and that some rhinoplasty cases can be a challenge for the most experienced surgeon. Seek out a few experienced rhinoplasty surgeons. Look at his/ her photos. Interview them and see if your goals can be done.
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Reducing the size of the Asian nose
In general, noses can look "big" when the the nostrils are wide, as you refer to, and also if the cartilages at the tip of the nose are flimsy, leading to a widened, ill-defined tip. Frequently, Asian rhinoplasty will consist of narrowing the nostrils and rebuilding the flimsy tip cartilage to give a narrower appearing tip and nostril. The bridge is treated if it is low.
What kind of Rhinoplasty is needed to reduce my big Asian Nose?
I have performed Rhinoplasty for over 20 years and have learned that one patients "big" is anothers "normal", so photos would be required for any meaningful evaluation and comments on how to best improve the appearance, of your nose, with Rhinoplasty.
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