The Female Nose
As an otolaryngologist, or ear, nose and throat specialist, Dr. Aminpour is extremely familiar with the structure of the nose, not just from an aesthetic perspective, but also in terms of functionality.
The nose is primarily cartilage that extends from the nasal root and the anterior nasal spine. Generally, female noses are smaller than male noses. Its functionality includes warming air and making it more humid during inhalation and the sense of smell, which is closely related to the sense of taste.
The Female Nose Job
There are a variety of reasons why a woman may be interested in getting a “nose job” or rhinoplasty. These generally fall under the category of wanting to create a more balanced front or profile view.
Specific reasons range from the nose being too big, too small, too pointed, too bulbous, too wide, too droopy, too upturned, too crooked or any number of other reasons. While these are all very different, they can all contribute to an unbalanced appearance, in which the features do not complement each other as much as they might be able to.
Because perspectives on aesthetics vary from person to person, Dr. Aminpour specializes in listening to the exact concerns of his patients. His ultimate goal is to ensure that realistic expectations can be achieved and that each of his patients are happy with their results. This is done by taking into account both the needs and desires of the patient and also their ethnicity.
For example, while an African American patient may like to make her nose more narrow, it is still essential that the width of the nose maintains a dimension that complements the other features of the patient. Putting a Caucasian nose on an African American patient can interrupt this ethnic balance and harmony. Dr. Aminpour takes care that each of his patients gets a result that suits her ethnicity and accomplishes her image goals. This is why Dr. Aminpour is not only revered for his abilities to handle noses of both sexes, but is also a master of ethnic rhinoplasty Los Angeles patients can rely on.
Before & Afters
Within these galleries, you will find many examples of how Dr. Aminpour routinely delivers among the highest standards of facial plastic and reconstructive care.View Before & Afters
Your Nose & Your Confidence
Getting a female rhinoplasty or female nose job is a personal decision. You should make sure to take some time to think about all of your options and to consider them fully before making your final decision.
After your consultation with Dr. Aminpour, he will encourage you to take your time in making a decision about your procedure based on all of the information gone over in the consultation. Finance, mental health, job stability and your family’s support are among some of the factors that you should carefully consider when considering a female rhinoplasty.
If this is something you have thoroughly considered, sometimes over a long period of time, that is when you should make the final determination on your nose job.
Many patients say that their nose job boosted their self-confidence and simply allowed them to stop worrying about their appearance so they could focus on enjoying their lives. Receiving one of the best rhinoplasty in Los Angeles, such as one performed by Dr. Aminpour, can be one of the most transformational cosmetic procedures you could undergo, even though the changes are subtle.
Female Nose Job Results
Depending on the exact aspects of your nose you would like addressed, a nose surgery with Dr. Aminpour has achieved the following:
- Reduced prominence of the nasal bridge, sometimes caused by a nasal “bump”
- A more refined look
- Corrected nose length so it is more appropriate to the shape of the face
- A harmonious facial balance
- Greater self-confidence
Schedule your consultation with Dr. Aminpour today to view potential rhinoplasty outcomes with the latest in 3D modeling software and to gain insight into what can be achieved through a female rhinoplasty. His office is conveniently located for patients in the Calabasas, Westlake Village and surrounding areas.