“Nosey” about Rhinoplasty?
Over the last several decades, advancements in nose jobs have been truly amazing. No longer are “cookie cutter” noses that diminish the uniqueness of a face desirable. Top cosmetic surgeons specializing in rhinoplasty have mastered techniques to create aesthetically beautiful noses that still have character to best complement other facial features.
We’ve all seen noses that are “too” straight, pinched, or perfect to be real, and this look has definitely fallen out of favor. Now, the goal of a nose job is to straighten a profile, balance a nasal tip, or create more symmetry without eliminating uniqueness. A nose shouldn’t be an obvious signature of a surgeon.
Most patients are now asking for natural looking noses, instead of the ski-slope, up-turned varieties that we saw on celebrities from previous generations. With Hollywood becoming more ethnically diverse, the perky little noses of yesteryear are no longer the gold standard of beauty.
As well, better understanding of the continual changes of the nose has enabled surgeons to refine their techniques to ensure that the results continue to look good for decades. These innovations include building a stronger structure to prevent the possibility of collapse. There is also, more than ever, a focus on taking the least invasive approach as possible to prevent complications from rhinoplasty surgery, while delivering desired results.
No longer is there a one size fits all approach to rhinoplasty. Each patient is different with unique requests, goals, and objectives. Thanks to advancements in rhinoplasty, a nose job can highlight the attractiveness of a face without distracting from it – along with retaining the character necessary to perfectly fit other facial features. The result is personalized perfection…the nose you wish you were born with.
Would you like to learn more about rhinoplasty, and if it’s right for you? Check out a few before and after photos of patients of Shapiro Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, and then give us a call for your free consultation.