Advice on rhino plastic/ nose bump removal? (Photo)
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Based from your photos, a conservatively simple hump contouring can be done to correct your dorsal hump, without necessarily breaking the bone. Your nose tip can also be made more defined and small using closed technique tipplasty, and both the hump and the tip can be done together if you want.
The nose is a very complex structure and in the very most of the cases it is not possible to change one component without touching the surrounding ones.
Of course it should not look fake at all, and this is why you will need to refer to a board certified plastic surgeon with a clear interest in rhinoplasty and able to show you many pictures of his work.
With best regards,
Here you do not need Osteotomi for your procedure.
The nasal hump should be reducted with rasping, nasal tip should be reshaped and the alar base should be narrowed.
An evaluation of breathing and intranasal examination or CT could help us more for a precise surgery plan.
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Cephalic cartilage reduction of the lower lateral cartilages, along with non-overdone suture modification can improve the tip bulbousness without looking fake. Osteotomies to narrow the nasal bones, may not be necessary, but you should discuss this with your doctor.
Consult with an expert and view computer imaging changes to your profile. You are correct that from the front view, you have a very nice nose. An expert plastic surgeon can refine your nose consistent with your goals and preserve your beautiful features in the frontal view. Avoid an over done look and you should do well! Best wishes.
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