Let us help you analyze the imperfections.
1. Bump or Hump:
Peak-like in the mid-portion of the nose. May be from injury or heredity. The most common imperfection.
Correction of Bump or Hump on Bridge
2. Bulbous Tip:
A round, spherical, ball-like tip of front-most portion of the nose.
Correction of a Bulbous Tip
3. Droopy Tip
The tip of the nose hangs down and may be unsatisfactorily too close to the upper lip.
Correction of Drooping Tip
4. Abnormally Wide Nostril Floor or Sill
Describes the unsatisfactory width of the base of the nostril where the nose meets the top of the upper lip.
Correction of Wide Nostril Base
5. Tip Depresses With Smile
The Depressor Septi muscle, when overactive, will pull the tip down with smile.
Correction of Tip Drooping With Smile
The muscle action effectively elongates the nose, and drops it down closer to the red portion of the lip. Is a factor in “my nose is getting longer/larger with age”. Can be corrected via the internal Closed Rhinoplasty technique.