A hanging columella, where the nasal tissue protrudes below the nostrils, often occurs naturally in patients as the result of nasal growth. However, they can also occur because of mistakes during a rhinoplasty.
If you have a droopy nose tip, you may want to consider a nasal tip rotation, a surgical rhinoplasty procedure to adjust the tip of the nose.
A Ski Slope Nose curves and indents before turning upward at the tip of the nose. Explore procedures that can fix a ski jump nose shape. A ski slope nose can be adjusted or eliminated easily.
Nasal tip plasty is a type of rhinoplasty, specifically for the tip of the nose, which elevates the tip of the nose to create a proper angle between the nose and the lip.
Nostril size, shape and width vary for each patient. A nostril reduction procedure is performed in the office under local anesthesia and takes about an hour to complete.
Whether you're considering rhinoplasty for the first time or looking for a revision surgery, a nose job is the best way to make a wide nose more narrow.
Learn more about why rhinoplasty nose casts are used, how to care for them, when to remove them, and what to expect after removal.
Face jowls are the sagging skin that droops below the jaw, one of the inconvenient and inevitable signs of aging. Learn more about face jowls and how you can get rid of them.
Smile lines (nasolabial folds) around the mouth can cause you to appear older, tired or unhappy. Learn why smile lines occur, how you can prevent them, and your available treatment options and costs.
Before you get a facelift, it is important to know the common side effects that come with the procedure.