What’s The Difference Between Male & Female Rhinoplasty in Toronto?
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Do you have questions about the different techniques used for rhinoplasty? You may be surprised to learn the methods leading facial plastic surgeons use to carry out nasal surgeries often differ between men and women. The procedure is essentially the same, but exact tissue adjustments and aesthetic goals may be a little different.
Undoubtedly, females make up a significantly higher portion of cosmetic surgery patients, but the number of men seeking rhinoplasty and other surgery is on the rise. The key to ensuring you get what you want, and what best suits your face, is to select a highly experienced surgeon who specializes in this complex practice area.
Male noses tend to be larger and more prominent on their faces with a higher bridge and greater width. They also have slightly thicker skin. This means that a harmonious approach to improving their entire face will not usually involve delivering a one-size-fits-all nose, but instead, an improved version of their own, masculine nose.
Women are more likely to present with a “supratip break” which is a subtle indentation and separation of the bridge and nose tip. Women’s noses tend to be slightly shorter and thinner than men’s, and their skin is more delicate, allowing for more refined definition at the tip.
Ethnic characteristics also play a significant role for either sex, and the goal with modern cosmetic rhinoplasty is usually to collaborate with the client to design an enhanced nose that fits well with their overall facial aesthetic.
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