Do you have one of those facial flaws that annoys you when you look in the mirror? If so, you’re not alone. A recent article featured in the Plastic Surgery News covers an emerging trend in nose reshaping (rhinoplasty); most people who have their nose reshaped are not going for a “classic” look or a “celebrity” look. They’re simply people who feel that their nose doesn’t”fit” their face. In fact, may people elect to improve a facial “flaw” that, often times, other people don’t really notice. But, they see it, and it bothers them.
Many surgeries correct slight issues; misalignments, curvatures, asymmetry, etc. Often times people have just have a particular area modified, like the bridge or the tip of the nose. And, the result enables them to look in the mirror every day without seeing that nagging “flaw.”
Often, when we think of someone getting cosmetic surgery we envision a drastic change; perhaps something that makes them look like a different person. However, that’s simply not the case. Small corrections can improve a person’s confidence while changing their appearance only enough for friends to say “You look different…did you do something with your hair?”
If you have a nose or other facial imperfection, realize that cosmetic surgery is often the perfect solution for those small things that “bug you.” For a consultation with Dr. Aguiar, contact us today.
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