People want cosmetic surgeries for a variety of reasons. Some want procedures to make them look younger, and others wish they had fuller, thicker lips. For some people, though, plastic surgery is a means to an end of a lifetime of bullying, criticism, and self-doubt. This is especially true in the case of rhinoplasty. In fact, the surgery, commonly known as the “nose job”, can change lives.
All About the Nose
When you meet someone for the first time, what’s the first thing you see? Do you look down at their feet as you introduce yourself, or do you look at the person’s face? The face is how we present ourselves to the world. It’s why men take so much time to carefully groom their facial hair, and it’s why women meticulously apply moisturizers, toners, wrinkle creams, and various cosmetics to bring out their features. Your nose is at the center of your face, and it’s one of the most noticeable parts of your anatomy. If your nose is too large, crooked, up-turned, or bulbous, people will take notice, and you will likely feel self-conscious about your appearance.
What Surgery Should Accomplish
It’s a common misconception that rhinoplasty should create a perfect nose. In fact, that isn’t the goal at all. If you take some time to look at noses – just go online and look at images – you’ll quickly notice that very few people (if any) have a perfect nose. Sometimes, one nostril is larger than the other. Other times, noses may be a bit asymmetrical. When you seek a rhinoplasty procedure, you should not expect your surgeon to create the “perfect” nose as this simply would not be natural. The goal is to bring the attention away from perceived imperfections in the nose, which creates the opportunity for you and other people to see the beauty of your face as a whole.
Schedule a Consultation
Before you schedule a rhinoplasty, you’ll need to meet with a plastic surgeon who can determine whether you are a good candidate based on your health and past medical history. A consultation also gives you the opportunity to talk to the surgeon and ask questions about your procedure. In high-tech plastic surgery clinics, your doctor can use a computer to show you how your face would look if your nose were shaped a little differently. Sometimes, this is the moment when people realize they truly want to follow through and improve their overall appearance.
A New Lease on Life
After rhinoplasty to resolve flaws in the nose, people often report that their lives are completely changed. They no longer feel self-conscious when they have a group’s attention, when they’re meeting new people, or when they are confronted with a stressful situation at work. Men report feeling more handsome, and women claim they finally look as beautiful on the outside as they feel on the inside.
Rhinoplasty is not a surgery designed to create the perfect symmetrical nose. In fact, such a thing doesn’t exist. The perfect nose for you is one that looks natural and does not detract the eye away from the rest of your face. The good news is that today’s rhinoplasty procedures and technologies make it simple and effective to achieve this.
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