Rhinoplasty bridge

It is called a full rhinoplasty operation. Best to seek ONLY IN PERSON opinions from boarded surgeons. (Darryl J. Blinski, MD, Miami Plastic Surgeon)

Both of those things can be accomplished with a closed rhinoplasty to produce a nice, natural smooth result. (Kenneth B. Hughes, MD, Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon)

Your nose fits your face. You can certainly benifit from some refinements that focus on your hump and the slight droopiness in your tip.

I recommend a consultation in person where standard pictures are taken and your questions can be thoroughly answered. (Maan Kattash, MD, FRCS, Los Angeles Plastic Surgeon)

Rhinoplasty to rove hump with smooth bridge is possible and is the goal in most rhinoplasties. Choose an experienced rhinoplasy surgeon who does natural noses. (Toby Mayer, MD, Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon)

Rhinoplasty to smooth the bridge

I believe you have reasonable expectations for a rhinoplastySome of the little details like how refined the tip can look, or how narrow the nose can be on frontal view will depend on your anatomy and skin thickness.

Seek out a rhinoplasty specialist who can address your concerns, and morph a realistic image for you when you are ready (Nima Shemirani, MD, Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon)

Smooth bridge with no hump?

Rhinoplasty bridge recovery

The areas of your nose that concern you and that you would like improved can be addressed with a subtle natural appearing rhinoplasty performed by an expert artistic plastic surgeon with extensive rhinoplasty experience. Keep in mind, that following the advice from a surgeon on this or any other website who proposes to tell you what to do based on limited 2 dimensional photos without examining you, physically feeling the tissue, assessing your desired outcome, taking a full medical history, and discussing the pros and cons of the proposed operative procedure with you and your parents may not be in your best interest.

I would suggest you find a plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and ideally a member of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) or facial plastic surgeon (otolaryngologist) that you trust and are comfortable with. You should discuss your concerns with that surgeon in person. (Robert Singer, MD, La Jolla Plastic Surgeon)

Rhinoplasty bridge image

The right surgeon will be able to address your concerns with the closed rhinoplasty to smooth and reshaping the bridge of your nose and remove the undesireble hump. Choose your surgeon carefully and discuss in details your expectations. (Neal Handel, MD, Santa Barbara Plastic Surgeon)

Rhinoplasty candidate for nasal bridge hump removal

it is possible to appreciate your nose safely and shave down the nasal hump. The nasal hump is composed of bone and cartilage and must be shaved down. Osteotomies of the nasal bones are also required to narrow the bridge line. Minor adjustments to your tip may also be necessary. (William Portuese, MD, Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon)

Is it possible to safely shape my nose into a smooth bridge with no hump?

Rhinoplasty surgery bridge

The changes you’re looking to make are very reasonable. The more photos you can provide of results that you like (and dislike) the better. You also are able to articulate the result you’re looking for and your expectations are very reasonable. Seek a consultation with a rhinoplasty expert to determine the best next step for you. (Stephen Weber, MD, FACS, Denver Facial Plastic Surgeon)

It is possible for you to have the bridge of your nose smooth with no hump and to shape the nose to fit your face. This can be performed through a closed rhinoplasty. Discuss your goals with your surgeon in detail to get the best result. (Francis R. Palmer, III, MD, Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon)

You should be able to improve your nose and your goals are realistic. The next step is to take these photos with you to a consultation with one or more rhinoplasty surgeons. (Ronald Schuster, MD, Baltimore Plastic Surgeon)

Removing dorsal hump

Removing the hump and narrowing the nasal bridge is one of the most commonly performed techniques in rhinoplasty. (William D. Losquadro, MD, Westchester Facial Plastic Surgeon)