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Cosmetic Rhinoplasty – Nose Alar Adjustment

Alar adjustment is a surgical technique that reduces wide or flared nostrils. The nostrils’ outer edges are known as the ala. Alar adjustment is usually undertaken along with width reduction. The surgeon excises a portion of tissue to adjust the

The pyriform aperture is the triangle that the nostrils and nose tip form when the nose is seen from beneath. The surgeon will make adjustments to the pyriform aperture to decrease the width of the nose tip. They can narrow

The nasolabial angle comprises two lines, which are apparent when viewing the facial profile. The first line extends from the nasal tip to the area above the upper lip while the second line runs from the upper lip to the

The projection of the nose is the distance that it protrudes outwards from the point where it connects the upper lip to its tip. If the tip is too protuberant, it can adversely affect the overall appearance of the nose.

Various techniques can be used to perform rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery, depending on the patient’s unique anatomical and aesthetic needs. At the time of the pre-operative consultation, the nose reshaping surgeon will establish the candidacy of the patient for a specific

Rhinoplasty surgery usually involves reducing a dorsal hump or bump on the nasal bridge. Sometimes a variation of this condition can create the illusion of a significant bump, called the low radix or pseudo-hump. The radix is the upper bony

If the nasal tip lacks definition or is overly defined, it may not have a proper rotation. The upward or downward turn of the nasal tip is known as rotation. The cosmetic surgeon will reshape the cartilage to modify the

Patients with a nose that is slightly crooked or shifted to one side can consider a procedure to straighten. In this procedure, the surgeon eliminates some bone or cartilage or physically moves the tissue. Similar to a broken nose after

Nose fractures comprise nearly 40 percent of bone injuries in cases of facial trauma. The treatment commences with primary care which involves evaluating the extent of the injury, correctly understanding the cause of the injury, and determining the nasal and

Rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery can help to correct a condition called enlarged turbinates. Turbinates are long and thin bones that protrude out from the sides of the septum inside the nasal cavity. Turbinates appear as curled, small knobs on the ends.