You have an excellent profile. A rhinoplasty to sculpt your nose is a good idea.
At your age, the jaw is still not fully developed and will become stronger until age 25.
Leave your chin alone until after nose surgery and ideally, until age 20.
The areas of your nose which you are unhappy with can be resolved with a rhinoplasty, which you are a great candidate for. The hump that you pointed out can be shaved down smoothly, giving you a stronger profile. As for your chin and jaw, I do not believe much revision needs to be done since your jawline is defined and you do not appear to have a weak chin. However, I advise you to go see a doctor in person to gather more accurate information as well as pricing.
Hope this helps!
Dr. Ali Sajjadian
I think that the rhinoplasty would be reasonable. A chin implant will not make much difference.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
The appearance of your nose can be improved with the changes you suggest and any breathing problems corrected at the same time. The cost of a rhinoplasty would be $8,000- 10,000. On the basis of the limited pictures you submitted I'm not sure that a chin implant is indicated, but if so little augmentation would be necessary. The cost for that would be about $2500.
It would be important to do some computer imaging on all of these potential facial changes. How you feel about your chin and jawline may (or may not) change once you see the predicted rhinoplasty result. A stronger jawline can be very complementary to a rhinoplasty but you have to factor in the costs of all of the procedures. Combined they could easily exceed $15,000. You may have to prioritize which is the most important and computer imaging would help you do just that.
Thanks for question. Your nose and chin are
well within a normal spectrum for someone of your age. Everyone has their own
personal preferences and aesthetic ideals and a good plastic surgeon will take
these into consideration with each patient. With that in mind you could have
some refinement of your nose including a dorsal reduction (hump removal) and
tip refinement. From your frontal view there is some broadness to your
columella but I do not agree that your nose droops to a great extent. I would
encourage you not to seek elevation of the tip of the nose as it is a more
feminine trait. Also with dorsal reduction and tip refinement there is an
associated degree of ‘apparent’ and ‘real’ tip elevation. You also need to be
aware that when you are taking ‘selfies’ with your phone at arms length the
lens in the camera will produce some central distortion of the image. This will
cause your nose to look broader and wider than it really is. For a true
representation you should have somebody stand at least 3 feet away from you
when taking the image or better still have a formal examination with a plastic
surgeon. Your chin has adequate projection and does not obviously need augmentation.
At your age there is still time for your jaw to grow over the next few years so
your concerns with this area may resolve with time. Eighteen is a difficult age
with respect to self-image, give yourself time to think about your options
carefully and always seek a second opinion.
You are a candidate for a rhinoplasty to take the dorsal hump down and refine the tip. As for your jaw, please see attached photos of Radiesse to the jaw to give a strong mandibular angle. Your chin...it is hard to say with these photos. The front photo shows you have a very small mento labial fold. A chin implant would help that, but you don't need much!
The photograph demonstrates an overly projecting nose and a very mildly under projected chin. The rhinoplasty procedure would involve narrowing and nasal tip, bridge and decreasing the overall projection of the nose. You may be able to get by without a chin implant, but if so, only a very small chin implant would be required. For many examples of rhinoplasty/ chin implant combination, please see the link below
You have good chin projection. I would do the nose only and evaluate your result. Good luck. Donald R. Nunn MD Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
Thank you for the two photos and though a full examination is needed, I would not recommend chin augmentation though refinement of your nose would enhance your appearance