With the dorsum of the nose pushed in just above the tip, the tip looks
too prominent, isolated from its neighboring structures. After surgery,
the nose flows more gracefully from dorsum to tip, without the divot.
The artificial material I like to use is soft, like a cloth, so it doesn't
show any sharp edges as grafted cartilage could. Note the smooth, natural contour
of the bridge of his nose after surgery.
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Please Could You Tell Me What They Can Do to my Nose to Make It Look Smaller. Would It Look Stupid?
I need it smaller asap :(
(Questioner submitted photos)
Dr. Denenberg's answer: Reduce the hump, and bring the nose back closer to your face
From your photo, you seem to be a reasonable candidate for a rhinoplasty. See my "Web reference" link for a morph I made of your nose.
I brought the tip of your nose back closer to your face, and reduced the hump. I can't really tell from your photos here, but you may also have strong tip cartilages, and the tip could possibly be reduced in width.
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