A nose job surgeon must master different nose jobs
A nose job surgeon must be prepared to perform a variety of different types of nose jobs. Sometimes only a particular part of the nose needs to be worked on — the bridge, the tip or the nostrils. Sometimes a nose needs to only be slightly reduced in size or altered in shape. Certain desires are the next thing to universal, such as the desire for symmetry, smoothness and unimpaired function, but different noses have different problems and different faces are best complemented by different sizes, shapes and proportions of nose.Some people have medical reasons for needing a nose job surgeon. Their nose might have gotten a deviated septum or some other form of damage from an accident. But most nose jobs are strictly cosmetic in nature.
Different shapes of nose
A Charlotte, NC nose job surgeon must have a good sense of what the right nasal size, shape and proportions are for any given face.Experts on the human face can’t agree on whether there are six, twelve, thirteen or fourteen different kinds of nose shape. The broadest categories of nose are “flat,” “concave,” “convex” and “straight.”It’s generally agreed that people whose ancestors come from cold, dry climates tend to have noses with longer, higher and narrower nostrils than those whose ancestors come from hot, humid climates. This is because people in colder climates need to warm and humidify the air they breathe so it doesn’t damage the tissue of their lungs.
Not only that, male skin is usually than female skin, which makes the nose less delicate in appearance. The bridge of a man’s nose is usually straighter, and the tip is at a different angle to the upper lip. So a nose job surgeon needs years of experience in working on every shape of nose, through every thickness and texture of skin, making millimeter-fine adjustments in skin, cartilage and mucous membranes. Different communities have different standards of beauty, which a good nose job surgeon is conversant in. He or she needs to be able to talk with patients and get a sense of what they want.
Dr. Sean Freeman is Charlotte’s best rhinoplasty surgeon, certified by two different surgery boards. Since 1988 he has done only facial plastic surgery, including nose jobs. Many of his patients have already had rhinoplasty done by other surgeons, and come to him for revision rhinoplasty to get the results they really wanted. If you live in or near Charlotte and are looking for a nose job, schedule your appointment with Charlotte’s most experienced rhinoplasty surgeon todayor ask for an online consultation so you can get a discount on the fee.