The lady below had long nose. And she also had a little bump on her nasal dorsum.
Her tip was pointed down, making it look long.
Because the length of her nose took up a large part of her face, it made her face look longer and older.
That was why she wanted to have long nose rhinoplasty.
Dr. Cho Bae-Jung corrected her long nose.
The main surgery point was the tip of her nose.
She had a slightly hooked nose, but it may look more attractive on her case.
And also, if remove it, will make her nasal bridge flat.
Then she need nasal bridge augmentation using implant.
As you can see in her photo, the angle from the nasal tip to the upper lips was very narrow.
The ideal angle from nose tip to upper lip is about 90 – 100 degree. So, It is important to consider the ideal angle and the overall balance of her face while raising her nasal tip.
Generally, nasal tip can be sharpened by nasal cartilage, nasal tip supporting using septal cartilage, nasal septal lengthening, and nasal cartilage grafting.
These methods can also be used in combination depending on the condition of nose.
Sometimes the nasal tip becomes lower again after it is initially nasal tip plasty.
After tip plasty, there is slight difference due to swelling, and over time, the shape will be created naturally.
However, if the difference is severe after a few days, it is possible that there was a problem with surgery.
There are a number of reasons why the nasal tip becomes lower again.
To find the cause, need to know the previous surgery was performed.
It may be a problem of nasal tip supporting, or the cartilage used may have been absorbed.
Now, She had a better nasal shape with balanced her face.