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Surgeons can reshape the appearance of body parts through cosmetic surgery. Some of the most common body parts people want to improve through surgery include
- Breasts: Increase or reduce the size of breasts or reshape sagging breasts
- Ears: Reduce the size of large ears or set protruding ears back closer to the head
- Eyes: Correct drooping upper eyelids or remove puffy bags below the eyes
- Face: Remove facial wrinkles, creases or acne scars
- Hair: Fill in balding areas with one’s own hair
- Nose: Change the shape of the nose
- Tummy: Flatten the abdomen
Teens might have cosmetic surgery for a number of reasons, including to remove acne scars, change their noses, and make their breasts smaller or bigger. But if there’s something you don’t like about your body, your best bet is to try to work on how you feel about it. Your attitude can make a big difference. Try to focus on what you like about yourself. And remember that you’ve got lots more to offer the world than just how you look.
A prominent feature on the face, the nose plays an integral part in bringing balance and form to the profile. As such, when patients are unhappy with their nose, it is something that cannot be easily dismissed. One of the first to make a splash in the plastic surgery sphere, rhinoplasty continues to top the charts as one of the most popular cosmetic procedures performed. And while technique and technology has changed, ranging from complete reconstruction to non-surgical nose jobs, one thing is true – changing your nose has never been easier.
In less severe cases of rhinoplasty, in which patients may just be unhappy with the shape of their nose, they can expect a much less traumatic procedure that still yields big changes.
Whether you’re a patient seeking complete nose reconstruction or looking for a new look that is individualised to your ethnicity and face – there is no doubt rhinoplasty can help change your profile. New techniques mean better permanent results and new technology even offers temporary results – either way, the patient benefits with a myriad of choices.
If you are thinking about getting a nose job, set up an appointment with your surgeon to discuss it. During that meeting, talk about your goals and tell the doctor what bothers you about your nose and how you would like to change it.
Keep in mind that there is no such thing as a perfect nose. Surgery, though, can enhance facial features and emphasise your unique and natural beauty. A plastic surgeon can describe the facial features that make you unique and tell you how changes would enhance your appearance.