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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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When jowls start to form, the lower part of the frontal view of the face starts to develop a "square" look.  Imagine a line that starts at the bottom of her left ear, and runs to the left jowl, across to the right jowl, and then up to the bottom of the right ear.  Kind of a square.  In the after picture, our eye follows from the bottom of one ear, to the center of the chin, and back to the bottom of the other ear.  More of a triangle.


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Questioner: I'm Looking into the Possibility of Plastic Surgery. Any Advice Based on my Picture?
I'm looking for any recommendations. I've always been self-concious about my looks, specifically about my nose and lower jaw/chin. I'm looking for outside opinions as what would help me look more attractive/symmetrical and rough estimates. I'm currently located in Central PA. Thanks in advance!
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Bring the nose closer to the face, take down the hump, strengthen the chin, and ...
Hi, I'll tell you what most of my patients would request with a nose and chin like yours. See my "Web reference" link for a morph of your profile. I brought the tip of your nose back closer to your face, and brought your chin out farther forward. Those movements tend to put the profile into what most people feel is better balance. You might feel so, too. Then, I took down the hump along the bridge of your nose. I also raised the tip just a tiny amount.

Bringing the nose tip closer to the face, what we call "de-projecting" the nose, involves complicated work on the tip cartilages. You must be sure you see before and after photos of your surgeon's other patients, showing that he was able to achieve for them what you want for yourself. That's the best way to do research when deciding on a surgeon.

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