1 on 1 with Dr. Kris Conrad
What do most individuals desire in their rhinoplasty result?
Aesthetic preferences in rhinoplasty
Research has shown that smaller, well-defined noses are preferred by the vast majority of females and, in many cases, by males as well.
Such outcomes require the utmost of surgical skill and artistic ability on the part of the surgeon.
Contrary to frequently expressed views, a nose does not have to make a statement because of its size.
A smaller nose is almost universally preferred and can be achieved, notwithstanding individual physical limitations.
Either way, gender identity can and should be preserved.
In addition, the aim is to attain a natural look or appearance while improving nasal breathing function.
A well-shaped and proportioned nose will look good regardless of ethnicity.
Such goals can be achieved by an experienced, specialist surgeon.