Professional Opinion on my Nose? (photo)
- Asked by DaniNott in UK
- 1 year ago
I am very very self conscious of my nose in profile view. I often find myself trying to face a certain way when I talk to people, and I absolutely hate the in-dent shadow it creates in photos and specific lighting. This is what I think is wrong with my nose: I have a hump/bump on my nose which causes my nasal bones to stick out quite visibly. Additionally I am not quite sure if my tip is bulbous or just has a droopy tip whilst smiling. Please could you confirm what would need to be corrected.
Rhinoplasty to address cosmetic nasal issues
The bulbous ness of the nasal tip can be addressed through a small amount of cartilage removal and possibly suturing the cartilages together. A small hump can be removed from the bridge with rasping. This is performed as an outpatient procedure through closed rhinoplasty techniques and will take about an hour and a half under general anesthesia.
Thanks for the photos, but an in-office evaluation is always best to properly see what you are concerned about.
Professional Opinion on my Nose?
Very hard over the internet to advise. But it appears a full rhinoplasty is a good option. Seek in person opinions from boarded surgeons in your area.
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If your hump is removed the prominent bones would be eliminated. You do not have a bulbous tip but the tip should be narrowed and the contour improved to provide a soft refined tip. You will have an excellent result with minimal changes if the surgery is done by an experience surgeon.