Does my nose have potential of looking like megan fox's nose? Please read description (Photo)
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In my opinion you are setting yourself up for failure by trying make a nose that is not your nose. You may or may not be able to obtain that look, but what a good Rhinoplasty surgeon will do is listen to you and tell you what is and is not possible after direct physical examination. You appear to have the typical boxy tip and there are many things that can be done to reshape the tip. Overall harmony is what you should hope for.
A full set of pictures as required for making any decisions as to what can and cannot be performed with the rhinoplasty procedure. The bulbous nasal tip is addressed with suture techniques to the lower lateral cartilages, the hump can be shaved down and the crooked nose is addressed with medial and lateral osteotomies. The rhinoplasty procedure is considered cosmetic and must be paid for by the patient. A deviated septum is diagnosed after examination/consultation to document medical necessity. A septoplasty is performed to straighten a deviated septum and is performed to improve air flow dynamics through the nose for medical necessity and is billed to the patient's medical insurance. For more information please see the link below
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Does my nose have potential of looking like megan fox's nose? Please read description
The nose can be straightened, and the tip can be refined. An
exam would be necessary to provide an evaluation of what would be right
Find a board certified plastic surgeon who performs hundreds of rhinoplasties and rhinoplasty revisions each year. Then look at the plastic surgeon's website before and after photo galleries to get a sense of who can deliver the results.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
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