The front profile of my nose has fatty bone, bulbous tip, and wide nostrils, but symmetrical and straight. The side profile of my nose has a very small hump, but also has a perfect shape.
I met 3 surgeons for consultation on Rhinoplasty for reducing width of bone and nostrils. Surgeon 1 listened to my needs, suggested closed surgery, cut/stitch cartilage near tip, rasp bone, and reduce nostril flare. Surgeon 2 suggested open surgery, and the rest same as above. Surgeon 3 suggested open surgery, increase tip definition, columella-show with graft, nostril width reduction, no flare reduction, osteotomy/fracture bone at the base on both sides to reduce width.
When is rasping not good enough? Why should Osteotomy be done? Where are the cut bones reattached at the base?