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Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
Steven M. Denenberg, M.D.
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The before picture shows a massive amount of excess skin in that upper lid.  Look at the vertical distance in the before picture from the bottom of her eyebrow to the edge of the skin hood, about at the level of her pupil, and compare it with the much shorter distance in the after picture between the bottom of her eyebrow and the crease that the upper lid makes just above the eyelashes.


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"I always thought that having a beautiful nose
would make me feel better,
but I could never imagine that
it would change my life. "
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Questioner: Is my Nose Way Too Big? Should I Consider Rhinoplasty?
I've always hated my nose. I've never seen another person with a similar nose as mine. I feel its way too big. Should I consider a rhinoplasty :\?
(Questioner submitted photos)

Dr. Denenberg's answer: A wide nose like yours can usually be improved with a rhinoplasty.
From this one photo at least, it does appear that you would be a good candidate for a rhinoplasty. You seem to have strong cartilages that make your nose perhaps wider than average. Your nasal bones, in the upper half of your nose, are also wide apart, and could be brought closer together during the operation. I don’t see a profile view, but it also seems that your nose is long, from where it starts between your eyes down to your tip, and perhaps your profile view could be improved by elevating the tip of the nose at the same time as making the other changes.
 

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