Im 16, and I'm wondering If a rhinoplasty would help me. I feel like my face isn't as balanced as it could be. I broke my nose once in my life but before I broke it I liked the curve in nose, is it possible to get it back with a rhinoplasty? Could a doctor just shave down the bump a little without making any other changes or would more changes need to made to make it look balanced? Also would i benefit from a chin implant at all? I want to look natural as possible. Thankyou
In Your Honest Opinion, Would a Rhinoplasty Improve my Facial Balance? (photo)
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Leave your nose alone unless....
Based on the 3 pictures you posted I would tell you to leave your nose alone. I have not seen your frontal view or a base view or even a very precise profile view because the camera angle is too low for these profile pictures but at least based on these pictures Id tell you to leave the nose alone.
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Nose and chin?
Based solely on your photos, I would say that your nose looks fine from the profile. Other views may help in terms of width,etc. Your chin does not look significantly weak where I felt you must have an implant.
Chin implant with rhinoplasty
It's hard to tell from the photos but your nose does not appear to have a much of a dorsal hump. If you do choose to undergo a rhinoplasty a small chin implant may be helpful to improve your overall symmetry. I would wait until you are a little older to do anything.
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Rhinoplasty and chin implant would improve facial balance.
Yes, a rhinoplasty and chin implant will improve your facial balance IF you choose your surgeon wisely. Make sure he ddoes natural noses so you do not end up with a overdone nose.
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