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An Upturned Nose Can Be Corrected with Rhinoplasty

Published on January 21, 2020

Sometimes called a “miss piggy nose,” an upturned nose is a condition where the nasal tip points diagonally upwards. The nose is also often shorter than typical noses. Because of this, people with upturned noses sometimes suffer from a negative self-image. It’s time to try out a solution: rhinoplasty surgery.

Because the nasal proportions are often at a delicate balance, fixing an upturned nose can make a hump on the bridge of the nose – called a dorsal hump – appear larger. So if you’re getting rhinoplasty surgery to correct the upturned nose malformation, you may also need to have the cosmetic surgeon correct the hump. Happily, surgeons are quite used to performing multiple corrections during a single rhinoplasty procedure.

It’s time to get rid of that upturned nose once and for all. We would be happy to help you achieve the nose you’ve been wanting, so set up an appointment for a consultation by contacting our office. 

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