A nasal tip is considered excessive if it appears to be disproportionately stuck out from the rest of the nose. This in turn can give the illusion the nose is bigger than in really is.
It can be amended using one of two techniques to correct a tip which sticks out too far.
Increasing the size of your nose to either make it more in proportion with the rest of your features, raise the bridge of the nose or repair a crushed nose.
This can be done by either using your own cartilage from the nose, ear or rib which your body will recognise, or an implant.
Wide nostrils are more common in certain ethnicities. This type of Rhinoplasty involves reducing the size of the nostrils.
Usually his involves a Weir excisions, which will reduce the width and length of the nostrils by removing tissue at the point where your nostrils met the cheeks.
With an increase in the number of people turning to cosmetic surgery, there has also been an increase in the number of people seeking a correction of previous rhinoplasty surgery, where they have not seen enough of a change or their surgeon has not produced the results that were desire.
This may be due to the surgeon having a less experience or a different understanding of you desires, or from a lack of aftercare, particularly when surgery has been carried out abroad. We offer revision rhinoplasty in addition to the initial eleven procedures, and will have thorough consultations with you prior to the procedure to ensure that we achieve the results you desire on your first experience with us.