This nose, which appears to be so projecting in this view, actually isn't
over-projecting. It was injured in an accident, and the nose was pushed
over to the left side of his face. His left. There appears to
be a large hump in the lower part of his dorsum, just above his tip, but
that's an illusion, caused by the sideward deflection of his nose from the
Compare this view with his view #3, and you'll see how very different his
nose looks from the two sides.
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Do I need rhinoplasty/chin implant to get desired look?
I want to fix hump and biggest issue is how long it looks. Would rhinoplasty fix this? Does the tip look like it needs to be fixed?When i look straight ahead I feel like nose looks to wide esp when I smile. Would doing a chin implant at the same time as rhinoplasty help my face look more even and aligned? I think my chin looks weak, or would using something such as fillers in the lips make my profile look better and everything aligned? I included examples of what I want my nose to look like.
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Rhinoplasty can help, but I like your chin as it is now
You have that gentle hump on the bridge, and a tip that could be elevated to make your nose more like the example photos. In the right hands, these are realistic goals for a rhinoplasty. See the Web reference link for an example.
I wouldn't recommend a chin implant. You have a tall chin with good strength, and an implant would draw too much attention to the chin.
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