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Indian Rhinoplasty

Indian Rhinoplasty

Indian Rhinoplasty patients include patients from the entire Indian subcontinent (Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh). A Rhinoplasty performed on patients under this ethnicity often carry similar natural traits that differ from other types of Rhinoplasty patients. We look at the main difference when performing surgery for Indian Rhinoplasty.

Award winning Rhinoplasty Surgeon, our Consultant Rhinoplasty Surgeon was voted “Best Cosmetic Surgeon 2015” at the National Aesthetic Awards this year, performing over 300 Rhinoplasty patients  with all first time success rates.

  • Thick Skin

Notably, a person from Indian origin can have a relatively thicker skin layer on the nose. The thick skin can affect the facial features of a person. In this regard, a rhinoplasty surgeon can carry out the procedure to alter the shape of the underlying bone and cartilage in order to even out the facial features. The rhinoplasty surgeon should alter the whole framework under the skin. At this point, the surgeon should make changes in the bone and the nose cartilage. As a result, a person will have even features on the entire face, despite the thick nose skin.

  • Drooping Tip

Drooping tip, alternatively known as a ptotic nasal tip, is a distinct feature that gives the nose a drooping appearance. Drooping nose is easily noticeable from a side view . It is possible to alter this drooping feature. A drooping nose can be a prominent feature in the face because the tip might seem like it is drooping downwards. Further, a drooping nose might give the face an older look appearance. The change made to the tip cartilage will look specifically at the light reflection of your forward facing profile and the distance between the nasal tip and upper lip.

  • Dorsal Hump

The dorsal hump is a bump on the bridge of the nose. Some people from Indian origin might have the dorsal hump on the bridge of their noses. This hump creates a convex contour, which is more noticeable through a side view. This hump can give the nose an elongated look and make it a prominent feature on the face. A combination of dorsal hump and drooping tip can enhance this appearance. But reducing the cartilage of the nasal hump, and sometimes shaving of the bone in prominent humps, the surgeon can crate a more smoother nasal bridge finish that is consistent in angle from the forehead down to the nasal tip.

An experienced Rhinoplasty surgeon can work on the above-mentioned features by making minimal adjustments on the nose. Furthermore, your surgeon will look to retain the ethnicity of your facial features after making the changes to your nasal profile. The face remains consistent because the minimal alteration preserves the Indian facial features.

For more information about having a Rhinoplasty consultation, the different types of rhinoplasty, procedure, and recovery, visit our Rhinoplasty Page.

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