The Level of Technical Skill Required to Correct a Bulbous Nasal Tip

Published on July 7, 2017 by

In order to perform a well-executed rhinoplasty procedure with natural-looking results, a surgeon must possess an immense amount of surgical skill and knowledge. Understanding the internal structures of the nose is critical to the process.

One example is correcting a bulbous nasal tip. In these cases, the surgeon must first identify the cause of the problem, which is typically the nasal cartilage located in the nasal tip. The cartilage is not simply removed – the surgeon must carefully and precisely reshape it so that the nasal tip has a more refined appearance.

Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Swail has a deep understanding of the nasal structures and a keen eye for nasal aesthetics. If you want a well-executed rhinoplasty procedure, contact our office to schedule a consultation.