Often, the use of a synthetic implant, like a sponge, is required to achieve a superior result. In rare cases of extreme skin thickness, thinning the skin by sanding may be added to the surgery. Special medications may be administered following surgery in order to shrink the skin.
If you have thick nasal skin, your nose may be improved by surgery, but you must be patient while awaiting the final result and realistic in your outlook.

nose correction

In the case of revision surgery when the nose has undergone one or more previous unsuccessful operations, improvement is possible but the surgery is technically more difficult and the results more limited than in the case of a virgin nose.
In some cases, the appearance of your nose may also be influenced by some weakness in the features that surround it, such as flat cheeks, thin lips, a recessed forehead, a double chin, etc. These features can be corrected at the same time or shortly after nasal surgery to enhance the final appearance of your nose. Even a slightly weak chin can make your nose look bigger. In such a case, increasing the size of your chin by a few millimeters is recommended to improve the appearance of your nose.

Weak chin

A weak chin has an immense effect on your other facial features. Your nose looks larger and your lower lip seems droopy. A receding chin also affects your facial expression by conveying a "weak" look. This is sensed rather than seen! To correct it, a small incision is made beneath the chin. A synthetic implant, like a sponge, is then introduced inside the chin to enlarge it. Infection of the implant is possible but uncommon. Some numbness of the lips may be experienced for a few days to a few weeks after surgery.

 

 

 

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