The nose is one of the few facial features that can be considered beautiful or not. Usually the beautiful female noses are smaller than the male ones, in all aspects. The bridge tends to be narrower and straighter, or to have a gentle curvature. Usually the tips are more sharply defined than those of a male nose. The angles between the nose and the forehead and between the nose and the upper lip tend to be more acute in males and more open in females. If you are thinking about getting a forehead remodeling surgery, it is advisable to have surgery on your nose at the same time so these adjacent facial features get a harmonious and naturally female continuity.
The goal of rhinoplasty in the context of a Facial Features Remodeling Surgery is to make the nose smaller and to give it a clear feminine outline and proportions, taking into consideration that the result should match the whole facial frame. The surgeon gains access to the cartilages and bone beneath the skin of the nose through the nostrils. We remodel the bone and the cartilages to reduce the width and length, and to straighten the bridge and define the tip. When a forehead contouring surgery is performed in the same surgery, the reshaping of the top part of the bridge is done from above, through the incision used to work on the forehead bone. This way both facial areas have continuity. The nostrils can also be narrowed by making two incisions at the base of their wings. This is called alarplasty and the resulting scars should become undetectable soon after the surgery. Rhinoplasties are usually done under general anesthesia, especially when performed as part of a Facial Features Remodeling Surgery, but in certain minor cases local anesthesia and sedation may be used. This surgery takes one or two hours. Your recovery time will be 7 to 10 days.