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This female patient presented with concerns that her nose was too large for her face overall. The goal of surgery was to reduce the overall size and shape of her nose to better fit her face and provide a better balance in a natural way. During surgery, the tip of the nose was de-projected (brought back closer to the face), softened, and the tip was brought up slightly so reduce the droopy appearance. The bridge was also shaved down to match the new tip. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery.

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose, and a hump on profile view and a downturned tip. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included septoplasty, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and tip refinement, including rotation of the tip. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose from previous trauma, and felt that her nose was just too prominent overall. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included septoplasty, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and tip refinement, including removal of soft tissue from under the nose to give her a better lip-nose contour. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This male patient presented for revision rhinoplasty. He had previously undergone septal and rhinoplasty surgery and was unhappy with his breathing and nasal appearance. His nose was very uneven and abnormal on frontal view, and the profile view shows a large dorsal hump and droopy tip. He underwent revision rhinoplasty surgery to make his nasal tip and dorsum more natural looking and more symmetrical on frontal view. On profile view, the hump was brought down and the tip was reconstructed. He is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This male patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose from previous trauma, and a hump on profile view. He underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included nasal septal reconstruction, nasal straightening and refinement of the bridge of the nose. The rotation of the tip was unchanged at the patient's request. He is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty and congenital nasal deformity. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included nasal septal reconstruction, nasal straightening, tip reconstruction, dorsal refinement, and upper lip augmentation. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose, a full/wide tip, and a hump on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included septoplasty, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and tip refinement. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose from previous trauma, and a hump on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included septoplasty, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and tip refinement to slightly rotate the tip upward. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose, a downturned wide tip, and fullness just above the tip on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included septoplasty, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and tip refinement to narrow and rotate the tip upward. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose from previous trauma, and a hump on profile view. The rotation of the tip was already normal. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included septoplasty, nasal straightening with sub-total septal reconstruction, hump takedown, and mild tip refinement. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose from previous trauma, and a hump on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included nasal septal reconstruction, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and mild tip refinement. She did not want major changes with the tip of the nose on profile view. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This male patient presented with concerns regarding the appearance of his nasal tip. His nose had looked like this as long as he could remember, and he desired to have a normal looking tip. He underwent primary rhinoplasty, which included reconstruction of the tip cartilages to give them a normal shape and structure. He is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with concerns regarding her nasal breathing and nasal appearance. She had broken her nose in the past. In addition to repairing her breathing issues, she wanted her nose to look more normal. Pre-operatively she has a crooked wide nose, abnormal tip appearance, long nasal appearance on profile view, and a droopy tip. She underwent primary rhinoplasty, which included narrowing and straightening the nose, reconstructing the nasal tip to give it a more normal appearance, lifting the tip up on profile view, and shortening the nose. She is shown here before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient desired a straighter more normal looking nose from the front view, and less dorsal fullness and correction of her droopy tip on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty, which included nasal straightening, septal reconstruction, tip refinement and straightening, straightening the dorsal profile view, and making the tip look more feminine on profile view. Here she is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with concerns regarding her nasal appearance overall. She did not like the shape of the nose on the front view or the side view and felt her nose was too big for her face overall. Her primary rhinoplasty surgery included nasal straightening, septal reconstruction, tip reduction surgery, reducing the hump on her profile view, and making the tip more upturned and feminine on the side view. She is shown here before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with concerns regarding her nasal breathing and nasal appearance. She felt her nose was crooked, the tip was abnormal looking, and that her nose was too big on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty, which included nasal straightening, septoplasty, tip refinement to make it look smoother and more normal, and surgery to reduce the size appearance of the nose on side view. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with concerns regarding her overall nasal appearance. She felt her nose was too big on the side-view and in pictures. Primary rhinoplasty surgery included tip refinement and making the nose smaller overall from the side view without changing too much the overall shape of her nose. The dorsal profile was straightened to make the nose smaller overall. She is shown here before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This male patient presented with a crooked nose. He had a history of trauma to the nose and breathing difficulties. He underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery to reconstruct the nasal septum and straighten the nose on front view. He is shown here before surgery and 8 months after surgery. ***

This female patient had previously undergone rhinoplasty surgery with a different surgeon and was unhappy with the appearance of her nose. She felt that she had a prominent deformity on the nasal bridge from the front view and side view, her nose was crooked, and the tip was deformed. A revision rhinoplasty was planned using an open approach. During surgery the nasal bridge was reshaped to remove a cartilage graft and striaghten the nose, and the tip was rehaped and strengthened with cartilage grafting. She is shown before surgery and 6 months after surgery. ***

This female patient was unhappy with her overprojecting nose and thought it was just too big for her face. During surgery the bridge was straightened and strengthened and work was done to give the tip a more normal appearance. The nose was made smaller overall and brought back toward her face. The nose was also straightened on side view. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient had previously undergone rhinoplasty surgery with a different surgeon, and felt that her nose was still too big for her face and that the tip was still too big and prominent. Revision rhinoplasty surgery was planned. The tip of the nose was re-shaped using cartilage grafting and made smaller to fit the rest of her nose. She is shown before surgery and 6 months after surgery. ***

This female patient had previously had two operations on her nose with a different surgeon and was unhappy with the appearance of her nose overall. There was a prominent step-off deformity and abnormal bump on the bridge of her nose and the tip was too large. During surgery the bridge of the nose was smoothened and refined using cartilage and fascia grafting and the tip was re-shaped to fit the rest of the nose. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient desired a more feminine looking nose and felt that the bridge of her nose was too prominent. During surgery, the bridge was lowered and the tip was made to look more feminine. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient felt that she had a prominent "hook" nose with a very prominent bridge and a down-turned nasal tip. During surgery, the bridge was lowered and the tip was rotated into a natural position. The key is to make the nose look feminine without overdoing it, and avoiding an "overdone" look. Over-rotation of the tip (pig nose) and a "ski-slope" bridge typically results in an unnatural result. This patient wished for a more natural result and was very pleased with her outcome. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient's concerns included a crooked nose, a prominence of the bridge of the nose on profile, and she desired to have the tip very slightly rotated up more. She also had history of nasal airway obstruction and breathing difficulties. During surgery, the nose was straightened, the bridge was lowered, the tip of the nose was subtly lifted, and functional nasal surgery was performed to improve her nasal breathing. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

"Dear Dr. Warner & Staff, I just wanted to write and thank you all for all of your help during this whole "nose thing." It was a scary experience for me, but you all made it so much less terrifying! Thank you for everything."
- AQ

This female patient presented with concerns regarding deformity of the nasal tip, and a "hook nose" on profile view. She also had a long history of nasal airway obstruction. During surgery, the tip was reconstructed to restore the normal anatomy, the bridge was lowered, and the tip was rotated up to achieve a more feminine appearance. In addition, functional surgery was performed to improve her nasal breathing. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient desired narrowing of the nose on front view and more definition in the nasal tip. She also felt her nose was too prominent on side view and that the tip was turned down too much. During surgery, the nasal bones were thinned and the tip was refined to give it more definition. In addition, the tip prominence was reduced on profile and the tip was rotated to a more feminine position. She is shown before surgery and 6 months after surgery. ***

This female patient had previously undergone rhinoplasty and presented for revision rhinoplasty. She felt that her tip was turned down too much and that there was prominent along the bridge of the nose on side-view. During surgery, the bridge was lowered and the tip was rotated up. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

"Dear Dr. Warner, I wanted to thank you for doing such a wonderful job on my nose - you created exactly what I had hoped for! Also, that you so much for the your responsiveness and reassurance throughout the recovery process. Your beside manner is unparalleled."
-EF

This female patient felt that her nose was too prominent and too big in general. During surgery, the bridge was lowered, the tip was set back closer to her face to reduce the prominence, and the tip was slightly rotated to achieve a more refined and feminine appearance. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with concerns of a crooked nose, a prominent nasal bridge, a down-turned nasal tip, and nasal airway obstruction. During surgery, the nose was straightened, the bridge was lowered, the tip was rotated, and functional surgery was performed to improve her nasal breathing. She is shown before surgery and 6 months after surgery. ***

This female patient desired straightening of her nasal bridge and a more feminine looking nasal tip. During surgery, the bridge was lowered and the tip was rotated slightly in addition to making the tip less prominent overall. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

"Dr. Warner & Staff, My experience with your office has been simply a perfect one. Dr. Warner, your attentiveness and care has made all the difference."
- BH

This female patient felt that her nasal tip was too wide on front-view and desired reduction in her nostril prominence and a more feminine looking nose. During surgery rhinoplasty was performed, including reduction in nostril prominence. Wide, prominent, or large nostrils can easily be fixed and made to look more natural. She is shown before surgery and 3 months after surgery. ***

Same patient has previous picture. She also felt her tip was too flat and her bridge was too prominent and desired a more feminine looking nose. During surgery the tip was refined and the bridge was slightly lowered. Functional nasal surgery was also performed to improve her nasal breathing. She is shown before surgery and 3 months after surgery. ***

This female patient felt that her nose was too big for her face overall and also desired straightening of the nose on front view. Additionally, she had a history of nasal airway obstruction. During surgery, the bridge was lowered and straightened, the tip was set back to make it less prominent, and the tip was rotated slightly to make it look more feminine. Functional surgery was also performed to improve her nasal breathing. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient desired simple refinement in her nasal tip appearance and had a history of nasal airway obstruction. During surgery, the tip was refined to make it less bulbous and her nasal airway was improved. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This male patient felt he has a sloping prominent nose. Typically with male noses, the key to maintaining a natural result is to avoid an overdone result. During surgery with this patient, the tip was rotated up to a masculine position without overdoing it. The bridge was slightly lowered as well. He is shown before surgery and 3 months after surgery. ***

This male patient presented with a severely crooked nose and concerns regarding his nasal breathing. He desired a straighter nose. During surgery, the nose was straightened and functional nasal surgery was performed to improve his nasal breathing. He is shown before surgery and 6 months after surgery. ***

This female patient previously underwent a primary rhinoplasty with another doctor. She was unhappy with the initial result and felt that the tip of the nose was bulbous and lacked shape. She also felt the bridge of the nose was too "scooped out" and uneven and desired a revision rhinopalsty surgery. During surgery, cartilage graft was placed along the bridge to make it straighter and add more normal height. The tip of the nose was reconstructed and the normal anatomy restored and refined. A tip graft was also placed to add definition to the tip. She is shown before revision surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with breathing difficulty, a crooked nose from previous trauma, and a hump on profile view. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included nasal septal reconstruction, nasal straightening, hump takedown, and mild tip refinement. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with a wide round split tip on frontal view, and a hump on profile view. The rotation of the tip was already normal. She underwent primary rhinoplasty surgery, which included tip refinement and hump takedown. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient desired her nose to be less prominent on side view, including reducing the fullness of the bridge of the nose. She underwent primary rhinoplasty to deproject the nasal tip and to bring the hump down on profile view. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient was unhappy with her nasal appearance. Specifically, she did not like the appearance of the tip on frontal view, as it was rounded and split apart. On profile view, she felt the tip was too pointy and there was too much dorsal (bridge) fullness. She underwent rhinoplasty surgery to even and refine the tip on frontal view, and to make the tip less pointy and achieve a straighter dorsal profile on the side view. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with a crooked nose on frontal view, and a large dorsal hump on profile view. She was unhappy with the appearance of the nose. She underwent rhinoplasty surgery to straighten her nose and to achieve a straighter dorsal profile. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient had previously undergone rhinoplasty surgery and was unhappy with the nasal appearance. She was unhappy that her nasal tip was crooked and uneven and the nose was too prominent on profile view. She underwent revision rhinoplasty surgery to even the nasal tip and reduce the overall prominence of the nose on side view. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented for revision rhinoplasty. She had previously undergone rhinoplasty surgery and felt that her nasal tip was too upturned and there remained a large dorsal hump on profile view. She underwent revision rhinoplasty surgery to rotate the tip into a more normal position and to reduce the dorsal fullness. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

This female patient presented with concerns about the amount of dorsal fullness she still had after having previously undergone rhinoplasty surgery. Revision rhinoplasty was performed to achieve a straighter dorsal profile. She is shown before surgery and 1 year after surgery. ***

***All patient results may vary, these procedures are for cosmetic purposes only and results are not guaranteed, nor are permanent. All patients are different and in no way will any procedures be alike, nor the recovery period.

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