Get a gentle appearance! Rhinoplasty for a Droopy Nose / Long Nose
JW Plastic Surgery considers even small differences such as your smiling face and pronunciation.
The ideal length of the nose is one third of the length of the face and the ideal nasolabial angle is between 95° and 105°.
If the nasolabial angle exceeds 110°, the nose tip is upturned. As a result, the nostrils are overly exposed from a frontal view and the nose looks short.
In-depth examination through a three-dimensional CT analysis
Before surgery, we conduct a precise and in-depth examination through a 3D-CT analysis on the nasal bones, the shape, conditions, and size of nasal soft tissues for a safe and accurate operation.
In case of congenital nasal septum deviation or asymmetrical bones or cartilages bent by external injuries, a deviated nose should be corrected for both aesthetic reasons and functional improvement such as breathing.
Inferior turbinate hypertrophy may cause nasal obstruction. Rhinoplasty can help treat nasal obstruction.
When using septal nasal cartilages for rhinoplasty, we analyze the sizes and shapes of septal nasal cartilages accurately for precise surgical planning.
After analyzing the size and shape of nasal bones, nasal osteotomy may be performed during rhinoplasty, if their size needs to be corrected.
*A 3D-CT analysis may not be required depending on your physician’s opinion.