Her long nose required elevating the tip, taking down a hump, and shortening
the nose. But she had another operation, too. She had a chin
augmentation, to make her weak chin appear stronger.
In a chin augmentation, an implant is placed in front of the jaw bone to
bring the chin forward. Bringing the chin forward at the same time as
making the nose smaller puts the face in better balance. The profile gets
an improvement that the rhinoplasty alone couldn't achieve.
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Would I be a candidate for non surgical rhinoplasty to get rid of the bump in my nose and raise the tip?
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Dr. Denenberg's answer: Non-surgical rhinoplasty can only make a nose look larger
Hi. A non-surgical rhinoplasty cannot remove a hump, nor can it raise a tip. The mechanics are easy: removing a hump and raising a tip would make a nose look smaller, but injecting something *into* the nose can only make it look larger! See?
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