In this frontal view, we can see that the nose was shortened because the
after picture shows some of the patients nostrils, invisible in the before
picture. In a frontal view, a long, drooping tip will cover the nostrils.
Also, look at the two white dots on the tip of her nose. The white dots
are created by the flashes reflecting off of her tip cartilages. The dots
are about at the level of her nostrils in the before picture, and they're well
above the level of the nostrils in the after picture.
Finally, if you look carefully at the lower edge of the
tip of her nose, you'll see that I narrowed her tip and filled in a little dent that
existed between her two tip cartilages.
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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
(Questioner submitted photos)
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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