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Rhinoplasty Performed to Correct Nasal Hump and Wide Shape*

Procedure Details

This 24 year-old Hispanic female did not like the bump on her nose and felt that her nasal bridge and tip were too wide. Following primary rhinoplasty surgery, patient was happy that hump was removed and her new nose looked so straight and natural. She shared that she achieved her goal of feeling completely confident in the way she looks not only to herself but to others. Patients with various ethnic backgrounds often want to alter a genetic facial feature, most commonly their nose. However, having a Rhinoplasty does not have to mean that the surgeon has to take away all sense of ethnicity. Every nose is different and Dr. Sturm consults with each patient to determine the amount of nasal reshaping that is consistent with their facial structure and their goals for surgery, while maintaining a natural appearance consistent with their ethnicity.

Maintaining Ethnicity

Dr. Kridel and Dr. Sturm have extensive experience with this surgery and strive to provide results that look and appear natural. Yes, your face will look different, but the goal is for the result to appear natural in a way that makes you happy, while still respecting the cultural aesthetics of your ethnicity in a manner that meets your overall aesthetic goals.


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* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.