Ugly shape of your nose
My goal is to give you a nose that makes you feel comfortable.
An abnormality of the nose can have a huge impact on a person’s appearance. People can be very insecure due to the shape of the nose. Sometimes this goes back to childhood, when frequent bullying plays an important role. The shape and position of the nose are very decisive for the appearance of the face. It largely determines someone’s unique appearance and recognizability. A deviant nose takes the balance out of the face. My aim is to restore or create that balance.
During the consultation I will discuss with you your wishes regarding the correction. By clear and honest discussing with you what is and what is not feasible, we determine together whether I can meet your expectations. Sometimes these expectations have to be adjusted. I support my advice by using the Crisalix system. I make a 3D image of your face, and visualize the correction. This allows me and you to better understand whether your expectations will be matched.
Surgical procedures on the nose can be performed through the closed method and the open method. In the closed method, the incisions are made on the inside of the nostrils. The open method also loosens the skin bridge between the nostrils. I have mastered myself the open method. This gives me a much better overview of the nasal structures and I can see and correct irregularities much better. My results have clearly improved since then and I notice that in more satisfied patients. The world’s leading nose surgeons also practice the open method, nowadays this method is considered state-of-the-art.
Many customers are concerned about the scar. I place this in the least visible place possible. I can show you how inconspicuous the scar is.
With a crooked nose, the nasal septum will be loosened and then straightened. With a crooked nose or nose with incorrect proportions, I will reduce or move (cartilage) structures in the nose.
I try to achieve the most natural result possible. A result that fits with the face. What I often hear from clients is that people around them do not really notice that they have had surgery.