Confidence – Improving confidence is the number one motive for rhinoplasty
An unattractive nose often makes a person feel self-conscious about their appearance. In contrast, an attractive, symmetrical nose can boost a person’s confidence in their appearance
Why is it important for the nose to have an aesthetically pleasing appearance?
The nose is an organ located in the center of the face, which gives it three dimensions, which greatly affects the aesthetic appearance of the face.
Symmetry: It is the most important criteria required in the aesthetic appearance of the nose. The right half of the nose must be symmetrical with the left half when viewed from the other side. Crooked nose as well as deviations either to the left or right, which are usually caused by accidents, harm the symmetrical appearance of the nose.
Proportion: The width of the wings of the nose should be as wide as the distance between the eyes. The tip of the nose should not be raised to an extent that allows the inner part of the nostrils to be seen, or lowered to a degree that completely closes it from view. It was agreed that the ideal angle between the tip of the nose and the upper lip should be 90- 95 degrees for men and 95-105 degrees for women
Harmony: The harmony of the nose with the lines of the face in a way that supports the aesthetic appearance of the face is another important criterion. When perfect, the ratio between the width of the nose and the width of the mouth as well as the ratio between the length and width of the nose gives a natural appearance that contributes to the golden facial proportion
What is rhinoplasty (rhinoplasty)?
Rhinoplasty is a process in which the structure of the nasal bone and cartilage is reshaped, and the dissonance between the nose and facial lines is corrected. And natural and through which it is easy to breathe
What are the reasons that make you do it?
- To remove deformities of the nose
- Changing the shape or tip of the nose bone
- Make the nose smaller or larger
- Make the nose smaller
Altered angle between the bridge of the nose and the forehead or the tip of the nose and the upper lip
- Removal of deformities such as growing nasal flesh
Curved nasal bones
- Benign tumors that make breathing difficult