Posted on June 15, 2020 in All
A growing number of men in the United States are turning to rhinoplasty, but there are some considerations that you must take before choosing to have the procedure. While most cosmetic surgery patients are women, there are specific reasons why men choose to have a rhinoplasty, or “nose job.” Here are a few of those reasons.
Like most men, it’s likely that you’re interested in rhinoplasty because your nose effects your self-confidence in your appearance. You may feel that your nose looks crooked, is out of proportion with the rest of you features, or that you have visible signs of a previous injury. Regardless of why you’re unhappy with the size or shape of your nose, Dr. Ransom can address these insecurities and deliver natural-appearing results to restore your confidence.
You may feel that the size, shape, or projection of your nose throws off the overall symmetry of your face. It may appear too large or too small, project far away from your face, or seem crooked or asymmetrical. As an experienced and expertly trained facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Ransom understands the subtle details that create a balanced, symmetrical appearance. He can adjust the appearance of your nose to create a more symmetrical look overall.
A large number of male rhinoplasty patients choose to undergo the procedure to improve the function as well as the appearance of their nose. You may face a deviated septum, which can create breathing problems, and rhinoplasty can resolve these issues. A septoplasty procedure can be paired with your cosmetic rhinoplasty to help improve breathing and overall function.
There are key differences between a masculine vs. feminine appearing nose, and Dr. Ransom has performed many male rhinoplasties, making him uniquely experienced and knowledgeable about the details that make a masculine nose. If you’re worried that a rhinoplasty may make you look too feminine, Dr. Ransom can help address these concerns and ensure that your results match your goals.
If you’re interested in rhinoplasty, schedule a consultation with Dr. Evan Ransom. As an Ivy League educated, double-board certified Head & Neck and Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Ransom is an expert in male rhinoplasty. He will be able to determine a treatment plan that is effective for you after a thorough consultation. Call our San Francisco office at (415) 550-1077 or request an appointment online to get started.