Posted: January 19, 2017
Rhinoplasty can change the parts of your nose you do not like. The procedure can also eliminate the problems associated with a deviated septum. During a consultation with Dr. George P. Chatson, you can discuss what you do not like about your nose, and Dr. Chatson can explain how rhinoplasty can improve your nose.
Aesthetic Nose Problems
Rhinoplasty can change the appearance of parts of your nose which you are dissatisfied with. The procedure can also treat a deviated septum, so you can breathe better.
Aesthetic nose issues rhinoplasty can address include:
- Hump in the bridge of your nose
- Unappealing bridge slope
- Large nostrils
- Asymmetrical nostril contour
- Bulbous nose tip
- Upturned nose tip
- Nose tip pointing downward
- Nose that is too large
- Nose that is too small
- Crooked, asymmetrical nose
Rhinoplasty can reshape, reposition and resize various parts of your nose, including bone, cartilage and the tissue under your skin.
Permanent Nasal Improvement
Rhinoplasty permanently changes the shape of your nose to improve the balance and proportion between your facial features, and generally results in a more pleasing facial appearance.
The changes made to your nose are permanent, but can be moderately affected by the aging process. The tissue and bone in your nose tend to droop downward as you age, but only somewhat. The changes made to your nose should still be apparent. In the event you want to improve your results, a rhinoplasty revision may be necessary.
If you want to learn more about rhinoplasty in Andover, please call George P. Chatson, M.D., today at 978-687-1151 for our Andover office or 603-882-2103 for our Nashua office to schedule your consultation.