Rhinoplasty can correct any aspect of the nose that the patient doesn’t like.
The goal of Rhinoplasty
The most common imperfections are the following:
- Big nose
- Saddle-shaped nose (a “sliding” nose. Often the result of an excessively aggressive prior rhinoplasty).
- Gibbous (bumped) nose
- The result of trauma (broken nose)
- Laterodeviations of the nose pyramid (crooked nose)
- Drooping tip
- Big tip
- Wide tip
- Unsatisfactory prior rhinoplasty
- Big nostrils
- An excessively acute nasolabial angle (the point between the tip of the nose and the upper lip). Which leads to a drooping nose.
- An unnoticeable nasofrontal angle (the point between nose and the forehead).