The nose is not only the focal point of every face, but to a large extent shapes the facial expression of the respective person. However, since not every nose fits harmoniously into the face of the individual, nose correction is one of the most common and oldest cosmetic operations worldwide. In some cases, however, there is a medical indication behind a nose correction, because in some cases a crooked nose also hinders nasal breathing.
The shape of the nose is as varied as the human being. There are bulbous noses, too big noses, too round noses or even humped noses, which sometimes bother their owners more or less. Occasionally, however, particularly prominent noses have established themselves as a characteristic of a person, so that he or she will refrain from having a nose correction. But for all others who find their noses disturbing, there is a surgical solution. What exactly this looks like is very individual and depends on personal circumstances. In addition, there are natural limits to nose correction, as the skin of the nose can only be changed to a limited extent. As can already be seen, a very individual consultation is required before a nose correction, as the subsequent cosmetic surgery must be very personalised in order to achieve the best possible result.
You should never forget that cosmetic surgery is a medical procedure that can carry risks.