Many people seek out a rhinoplasty or nose job when they want to alter the appearance of their nose to achieve facial balancing. However, what most people may not realize is that once facial balancing is achieved, the results from your rhinoplasty can affect more features on your face than just the nose.
Whether you subtly or drastically change the appearance of your nose, the change can still enhance other facial features, such as your eyes, mouth, cheeks, and forehead to appear more proportionate on your face. These three ways a rhinoplasty can change the appearance of your face for the better just may help you understand all the benefits of getting a nose job.
1. A rhinoplasty can bring attention away from the nose.
Many people who are interested in getting a rhinoplasty can feel like a lot of attention is often put on their nose rather than their overall face when looking or talking to people. By altering the appearance of the nose, most likely changing its shape to make it appear smaller or altering the nose bridge to make it less prominent, a subtle softness can be achieved on the face. This brings less attention to the nose and more attention to other facial features, such as the eyes.
2. A rhinoplasty can affect the appearance of your smile for the better.
While the rhinoplasty procedure will not alter the structural appearance of your smile, changes made to the tip of your nose can affect the appearance of your smile. If the tip of your nose looks as if it touches your upper lip when smiling, this can be altered to eliminate the appearance of touching, allowing the nose to look smaller and for the patient to have more of their upper lip visible, which can create a bigger, more noticeable smile.
3. A rhinoplasty can help you achieve facial balancing.
Most patients seeking drastic changes from a rhinoplasty often do so because of the size of their nose. Achieving a smaller nose allows the eyes, mouth, cheeks, and forehead all to look proportionally balanced to each other, achieving facial balancing and symmetry, which is often a great confidence booster for many patients.