Are you feeling self-conscious because of your nose bridge? If you were searching for a solution for this, you have reached the right article. This article will focus on how rhinoplasty can solve various problems with a person’s nasal bridge.
Nose bridge issues
What are the nasal bridge concerns that are most commonly fixed with rhinoplasty? Here is a list of them.
- Nose bridge shape
The shape of the nose bridge is one concern that a nose job can fix. The nose bridge may be too wide, or too flat. Most of the complaints people have are about the shape of the nose bridge. Rhinoplasty will fix the shape of the nose bridge and improve the aesthetic appeal of the person’s face as a whole.
- Straightness of the nasal bridge
If a person suffers from a broken nose, their nose bridge will end up crooked. There is also the chance that the straightness of a person’s nose bridge will be crooked as a result of a birth defect. Rhinoplasty will work to correct the position of the nasal bones and give the nose a straighter appearance.
- Damage to the nose bridge
Trauma to the nose bridge can result in an unsightly appearance of the nose bridge. A nose job can repair the nose bridge and bring it back to the way it looked before the accident or traumatic incident.
Other concerns that are not related to the nose bridge
Rhinoplasty can solve other nasal issues such as a deviated septum, the shape and size of the nose, and other nasal concerns that people might have.
The key to having a successful surgery, whether you need it to correct your nose bridge or another type of concern, is to have open communication with your surgeon about the final results you wish to achieve because of rhinoplasty. Being very clear to your surgeon about this will ensure that you will be satisfied with the final result later on.