You hate to admit it, but you don’t like your nose. And the thing is, your nose is not just huge but particularly lumpy and crooked. When you turn to the side, the profile of your face makes your nose stick out even more. You want to get this particular aspect of your nose fixed because it does tend to bother you a bit if you get caught on film from the side. So, you have decided to have rhinoplasty surgery in NJ to get your nose to look more normal when being captured in a photograph from the side view.
Working Out the Lumps
While most of your family members have large noses, their noses are not lumpy and crooked like your tends to be. Of course, you lived with it; however, it has not only negatively affected your profile, but it has also made it difficult to breathe sometimes. So, our plastic surgeon can pay considerable attention to the structural aspects of your nose to ensure that your full breathing function will be normalized as a result of rhinoplasty. So, looking good and breathing better are both on the agenda for your cosmetic pursuits.
Seeking Facial Balance
Another key aspect to helping your nose look right on your face, even in your profile, is to align your nose to sit more symmetrically and harmoniously with the other features of your face. While no one has a perfectly symmetrical face, this is still an aspect that cannot be ignored. A nose that looks right must complement the face, not clash with its other features. So, our plastic surgeon in NJ will pay close attention to how the shape of your nose will work in conjunction with how the rest of your face works to get your nose to look good all-around from every angle.
While it is important for your nose to look exceptionally well, this really does not help you much if you do not breathe well as a result. So, our plastic surgeon in NJ can pay particular attention to the alignment of the septum of your nose. Issues with the septum are some of the most common reasons for breathing problems in NJ. By aligning the structure of the nose in this area, normal air flow is restored. When you can breathe better, this will mean you will also be able to sleep better.