improving a facial feature felt to be out of harmony with the rest of the face may make a positive difference in the way you feel about your appearance and may improve self confidence. rhinoplasty is a surgical procedure designed to change the outward shape of the nose making it more balanced with the rest of your facial features.
perhaps, like most of us, you don't have the desire, or potential otherwise, to be victoria secret cover girl material. you just want to tuck in your shirt, wear a pair of pants with pleats, reduce the, "i just had a baby fluff, " or smooth out the shape of your hips or thighs. whether you slide into a bikini for a photo shoot or jeans and a sweatshirt to go to the grocery, you want to look as good as you can with what you have to work with. this surgery may be helpful to you, even if you're not be the ideal textbook candidate (most of my patients aren't) as long as your expectations are realistic. the rule of thumb is improvement, not naked perfection.
Some plastic surgeons limit their practice to elective cosmetic surgery; however, my 30 year practice has been based on both cosmetic and non cosmetic procedures. Today, my practice is limited to cosmetic surgery, lesions and cancer reconstruction and hand aliments such as carpal tunnel, ganglions, trigger fingers, etc. In days past; however, you might have shared my waiting room with a child treated for a dog bite, a teenager with facial injuries from an auto accident, a hand injury from a power saw or lawn mower, a burn or cancer reconstruction patient, someone who had a mole or a ganglion removed, carpal tunnel surgery or the typical cosmetic surgery patient who's had a nip or tuck of some kind.