The Patient's Question: My nose overpowers my face!
In your case, the glabella is too deep and low -- meaning it deepest at the level of your pupil, not the upper eyelid crease. This creates the appearance of a bump on your nose and also makes your eyebrows look furrowed and perhaps angry.
In the "after" photos, I have shown how you might look with three minor adjustments:
- Softening and lifting the position of the glabella.
- Removing the bump on your nose. Note that by softening the glabella, less bump removal is needed.
- Lifting the tip just a bit.
My book "A More Beautiful You - Reverse Aging through Skin Care, Plastic Surgery and Lifestyle Solutions," will give you more information on rhinoplasty, the glabella and other procedures.
Robert M. Freund, MD, FACS
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