I only want my nose to be a little more narrow, and definitely not like Michael Jackson's nose. The nose shown on the picture below is exactly what I'm looking for. It's a photo of my face. The original is obviously on the left. First of all, I want to know exactly what the surgeon would do for my nose if I only want subtle changes? I fear that I'd get a whole different nose afterwards and regret everything. Is it even possible to do this?
What Would You Recommend For Subtle Changes to Nose? (photo)
Doctor Answers (5)
Subtle results possible
A subtle change is quite possible with rhinoplasty. Be sure to communicate your likes and dislikes with your surgeon
Recommendations for Subtle Changes in Nose
It is impossible to make recommendations for subtle changes in your nose without seeing your entire nose. If you go to my website you will find directions on how to take a set of nasal pictures which you can submit to us. If you do not want to do this I advise you to see an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon to achieve a natural result.
Not all rhinoplasty results have to be dramatic. An expert rhinoplasty surgeon should be able to make minor changes to the tip without changing other parts of the nose. You need to have a clear communication with your surgeon for the results you desire. Good luck, Dr. Sadati
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This is possible IF you select an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon who does subtle rhinoplasty. Don't try to know how: jjust make sure he does natural noses and you will get what you want.
Subtle rhinoplasty is certainly possible. Not all rhinoplasties are done to create drastic changes.
An experienced rhinoplasty surgeon should have this level of control over their results. The key is great communication before surgery to make sure you're both on the same page. Preoperative digital morphing should help with this process.
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