Being the obvious feature on the face, the ideal nose leads to the uniqueness and highlights the reasons why most people desire to acquire a nose job. Rhinoplasty or nose surgery helps some people who want to create a bridge or stretch and lift the nasal tip, while others want to reduce their nasal profile.
The goal of nasal reduction is to balance the different aspects of the nose to create a smaller profile. It may be necessary to carve the tip, back, and partition at the same time. Nose surgery to reduce a large or unwanted nose individually is a three-dimensional problem. It is important to visualize the possible surgical results from different perspectives: computer images and an extensive consultation are ideal. Methods that will eventually be used to reduce the nose include reduction of the nasal bone and cartilage height, the sculpting of the cartilage and lower nasal tip, open rhinoplasty, submucosal resection septoplasty, and nasal shortening.
Reduction of the nasal cavity.
In some cases, the base is wider than desired and may require a reduction of the nasal cavity. This occurs more generally among ethnic rhinoplasty procedures. The surgeon can pull a wedge of tissue at the base of the nostril from an area of the nostril. The reduction of the nasal cavity can also be obtained from outside the nostril, where it attaches to the cheek. However, if a scar occurs, it will be more exposed.
A good reduction of the nasal passages always requires personalization. The ideal size and shape of the nasal passages are difficult to define and depend on many aspects, such as the width of the nose and the size of the mouth and face. But there are general rules to get a good nose job as a whole. In the past, the reduction of the nasal passages gave a sharp appearance in the upper part of the nostril.