the overprojected nose (nasal tip projection)

heilsa

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What means nasal tip projection?

Nasal tip projection assesses how far out from the face the tip of the nose protrudes.

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When is your nose overprojected?

your nose is over projected if you fulfill one of the following conditions:

- the sdlnt is more 2cm in total

- shitty goode ratio
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- if the sdlnt (a) makes more than 60% of the whole sagittal length of the nose





Is a overprojected nose really that bad?

While a overprojected isnt that visible from the front view (only in not extreme cases though) it cleary shows your subhumanity if people see you from the side or a 45 degree angle. Besides the midface looks more retruded with an overprojected nose.

A good example is the actor michael imperioli from the sopranos:








How can a overprojected nose be corrected?

A overprojected nose can be corrected through surgery (nasal tip deprojection).


The goal in rhinoplasty for an overly projected nasal tip is to bring the tip of the nose closer to the face (deprojection of the nasal tip) while maintaining proportion with the remainder of the nose and face. As noted above, the bridge height is often times excessively high in patients with an overly projected nasal tip. Therefore, it is frequently necessary to reduce the bridge height while bringing the nasal tip in closer to the face.
In some rhinoplasty patients, deprojection of the nasal tip simply involves reducing the size of what is commonly referred to as the domal cartilage. The domal cartilage is the highest point of the lower lateral cartilage as it sticks out from the face. If this portion of the lower lateral cartilage is excessively prominent, very careful reduction of the dome can be undertaken to deproject the nasal tip. Some rhinoplasty terms that refer to this type of nasal tip deprojection maneuver include: domal truncation, crural overlay, and vertical dome division. In other rhinoplasty patients, the entire lower lateral cartilage has to detached, moved and reattached to accomplish the desired change in tip projection. Depending on the rhinoplasty surgeon’s expertise and experience, both methods can be done successfully using either an open or closed rhinoplasty approach.
In many cases where the nasal tip is being deprojected, the nose also has to be rotated slightly to maintain proper esthetic balance. To some degree this is directly proportional to the amount of tip deprojection being performed.
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The following is a case example of how the nasal tip can be successfully reshaped to deproject the nose. As was noted above, this particular patient complained of a large nose that she wanted reshaped. We previously discussed how her nasal tip was over projected and bridge height was excessively high. We performed a closed rhinoplasty approach during her cosmetic nose reshaping procedure. This included use of what is referred to as a ‘full transfixion incision’ to drop her nasal tip back closer to the face to deproject the nose. Once this was done, we then reshaped her nasal bridge to bring it down to an appropriate height that matched the new position of her nasal tip.

As you can see in her before and after photos, her nasal tip has been successfully deprojected, or brought in closer to the face. The diagrammed photos demonstrate this more visually when you compare the preoperative nasal tip projection (red line) and bridge height (green line). In the after rhinoplasty photo, you can appreciate how much change has been made to the nose. Keep in mind that cosmetic nose reshaping is a game of millimeters. In this type of rhinoplasty, we have brought the tip in closer to the face by 2-3 millimeters and the nasal bridge by a similar amount, which is all that was needed to result in a beautiful looking nose. The nasal bridge was reduced to create a more feminine looking profile view and the nasal tip was rotated just slightly. Overall, she still looks very natural in terms of her appearance and now has a smaller nose that looks as if she could have been born with it.








http://www.exploreplasticsurgery.com/tag/deprojecting-the-long-nose/
https://www.drhilinski.com/rhinoplasty-tutorial/nasal-analysis-in-rhinoplasty/
https://www.drhilinski.com/rhinoplasty-tutorial/nasal-tip-deprojection/
http://gynecomastia-blog.com/category/plastic-surgery/page/2/
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good find from "the trews"

 

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madmaxmandem said:
Male model with said problem:

in comparison: lachowski

brutal nasaltipprojectionmog

 

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Actually, Chico's nose protrudes a bit more than that. Probably some angle issue there.

 
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Would you say the gal on the left has said problem?

 

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looks like maxillamandibular advancement / lefort 1 also reduce the nasal tip projection slightly

[video=youtube]http://https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywgKvr7j0gQ[/video]
 

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Should I do this?



my nose is very big but I feel like tip makes it look straight, if I were to adjust anything to that without doing something about the actual bone it would just look weird
 
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This shit is all a cope. 

Fixing a projected nose won't make you more attractive to women. 
Usually good looking people have less projection because the rest of their face is grown.

If you have shit forward/horizontal growth even the best nose wont matter
 
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