A rhinoplasty can be used to make a variety of both subtle and dramatic cosmetic adjustments to your nose. While many patients want to reduce the size of their nose, others also desire a more balanced, symmetrical appearance. Depending on your specific goals, Dr. Ronald Schuster can create a customized solution that is functional and aesthetically pleasing.
One of the most common reasons patients seek out nose surgery is to correct crookedness. Nose crookedness can be caused by past injuries or congenital abnormalities like a deviated septum. Although a crooked nose may seem like strictly a cosmetic issue, it can also make it more difficult to breathe. A rhinoplasty can address all of these concerns by straightening the nose and improving airflow.
Reduced Size or Projection
If you have a large, wide nose with an elevated bridge, a rhinoplasty can help reduce its size and make it more proportionate to the rest of your face. Having a large nose is mostly a result of genetics but can also be caused by other factors such as age, trauma, and skin buildup. This makes the nose protrude farther from the face, which can be very noticeable from the side.
Another common issue that patients want to rectify is the appearance of the tip of their nose. Whether you want to eliminate a pointy, bulbous, or droopy tip, a rhinoplasty can help refine the shape and size of your nose tip.
Nostril Size Alterations
Many people find that their nostrils are either too large, small, or flared. As a result, the overall appearance of the nose can look disproportionate to the rest of the face. With rhinoplasty surgery, you can adjust the shape and angle of your nostrils to a more desired look.
Want to Know More About Rhinoplasty Surgery?
If you want to improve the aesthetic appearance of your nose or are interested in rhinoplasty surgery, call our practice today at 410-902-9800 to schedule a consultation. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Ronald Schuster will discuss your goals and determine the best treatment plan for you. We are happy to help patients living in Owings Mills, Towson, Baltimore, and surrounding communities in Maryland.