From the front view, it's not possible to see the hump, but you can tell that
the nose was shortened. In the after picture, you can see two white dots
on the tip of her nose, representing the light from the flashes reflecting off
of the skin covering her tip cartilages. In the after picture, those white
dots sit well above the level of the nostrils, whereas on the before picture,
the white dots are about at the same level as her nostrils.
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Would the Results I Desire Be Possible and Not Risky?
I feel my nose is simply out of place on my long face with my relatively deep set eyes and tiny lips. I would very much like a much finer and upward tip, generally finer nose and no dorsal hump what so ever. However, a surgeon would have to work with my nose and make the best of it, they can't simply give me a brand new one. Would the results I want as on the picture (excuse my crude photoshop-ing) be too tricky and risky?
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Your morphing is excellent, and your proposed changes are possible
Your proposed changes are certainly possible. See my "Web reference" link for a proposed change to your morph. I re-made it, taking down the small prominence that you left on your bridge just above the tip. That prominence should be taken down, as in my morph, to give the bridge a straighter appearance and make the tip look more delicate.
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