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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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One of the questions a rhinoplasty surgeon is constantly confronted with is how short to make a nose that starts out too long.  Different faces require noses of different length, depending on the patient's age, sex, height, and other factors.  This woman had a very short nose, both before and after her reconstruction.  Note how her very short nose works great on her face.


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Questioner: By looking at these photos of my nose do you think I would be a good candidate for a non surgical nose job?
And if so what has to be done is it possible to make it look smaller because I don't want it to look bigger then what it is
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Non-surgical nose job? Oh god, no.
A non-surgical nose job:
1) can **only** make a nose larger
2) is almost *never* a good idea.

I know there's lots of writing about non-surgical nose jobs out there, but really, 99.99999% of it should be ignored.

You have a hump and a tip that projects strongly forward from your face. Those features are correctable only with a surgical rhinoplasty.

Hope that helps!

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