Rhinoplasty surgery can change:

      • Nose size in relation to facial balance
      • Noses width at the bridge or in the size and position of the nostrils
      • Nose profile with visible humps or depressions on the bridge
      • Nasal tip that is enlarged or bulbous, drooping, upturned or hooked
      • Nostrils that are large, wide, or upturned
      • Nasal asymmetry


If you desire a more symmetrical nose, keep in mind that everyone’s face is asymmetric to some degree.

Results may not be completely symmetric, although the goal is to create facial balance and correct proportion.


The Atlanta Rhinoplasty Surgeon management of nasal defects and deformities divides the nose into six (6) anatomic subunits: (i) the dorsum, (ii) the sidewalls (paired), (iii) the hemilobules (paired), (iv) the soft triangles (paired), (v) the alae (paired), and (vi) the columella. Aesthetically, the nose—from the nasion (the midpoint of the nasofrontal junction) to the columella-labial junction—ideally occupies one-third of the vertical dimension of the person’s face; and it ideally should occupy one-fifth of the horizontal dimension of the person’s face.



Another thing Buckhead Rhinoplasty Surgeon can do is Reduce the tip of the nose requires a more complex combination of lowering the cartilages (that decrease projection).  And reshaping that allows for a narrower, more and delegate or more defined to contour.

In order to achieve more significant correction and control for the shape of the tip of the nose, it is often necessary to use an open tip approach. And combine it with some thinning of the skin of the tip and supra-tip (area just above the tip).