Many call it “Pinocchio nose,” and when people see it, it makes an immediate impression. It’s a condition known as overprojected nose, and with rhinoplasty surgery, it can be a thing of the past.
Correcting an overprojected nose often only takes a small amount of cartilage and bone reduction, and it’s very subtle. Performing too much reduction has the potential to create other nasal issues, such as a dorsal hump, proportion issues, and structural weakness, so it takes a delicate touch.
Deciding on the right amount of overprojected nose reduction to perform is very important, and for you, it’s as simple as finding the best cosmetic surgeon for the job. Dr. Mark Mofid is a respected, skilled cosmetic surgeon with a history of satisfied patients. To set up an initial consultation, contact us today.