If there are issues with its proportion or appearance, you may find yourself perhaps feeling less confident and more self-conscious. Medically speaking, structural abnormalities in the nose can impair breathing, which can also have dramatic impacts on your life.
Your nose’s proportion and appearance is largely driven by heredity but an accident or prior surgery could also lead to you to consider nose surgery to correct your individual issue.
One important thing to keep in mind – a rhinoplasty is a highly individual procedure which should only be done with realistic expectations. It should NOT be undertaken to satisfy someone else’s wishes.
Dr. Daniel J. Hall and associates at Gainesville’s Accent Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics possess extensive experience helping patients like you correct proportion, appearance and structural issues in the nose, including such elements as:
- Nose size (…in relation to the rest of your face)
- Visible humps and depressions, especially on the bridge
- Un-proportional width in the nose
- Drooping or bulging in the nasal tip
- Large, wide or upturned nostrils
- Deviation and other structural abnormalities that may affect breathing
To learn more about rhinoplasty surgery and how it can correct issues of proportion and appearance in your nose, browse through our nose surgery resources below (COMING SOON)
And if you would like the take the next step and discuss your individual situation with a board-certified nose surgeon, make an appointment to see Dr. Daniel J. Hall and associates at Gainesville’s Accent Plastic Surgery & Aesthetics today.
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