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Nose Types

Nose Types

Big Nose


It is a large nose as proportional to the face and bigger than normal when looking from the profile. These types of noses are reformed as smaller, natural and functional nose as compatible with the facial shape and length.

Long Nose

It is a nose type which is too long covering either the whole nose or only nose tip. These types of nose shapes are reformed as aesthetic and functional nose as proportional to the chin through a rhinoplasty operation.

Short Nose
It is a nose type that is formed as a result of short and small nasal bones and nasal structure, which is especially evident from the side profile. These types of nose shapes are reformed as aesthetic and functional nose as compatible with the nasal structure, through rhinoplasty operations by the nose-lengthening approach.

Prominent Nose
It is a nose type which is too prominent and excessively visible. These types of noses are easily reformed as a smaller nose as proportional with the face, through rhinoplasty operations.

Droopy Nose
It is a nose type which is located lower than normal caused by the lack of cartilage support and causing nasal congestion which affects breathing and speaking. It is a situation requires aesthetic and functional rhinoplasty operations especially for creating a healthy nose.

Aquiline Nose

It is a nose type giving an appearance of the prominent nasal bridge which divides the nose into two parts when looking from the side profile, and it is very common in our country. These types of nose shapes are reformed to create a functional and aesthetic nose by flattening the nasal hump.

Retroussé Nose

It is a nose type which is seen in patients with an excessively tilted nose and curved nasal body, caused by a previous rhinoplasty operation. These types of noses cause functional problems besides an aesthetically unpleasant appearance. These noses are reformed as functional and aesthetically pleasant nose as proportional to the face through rhinoplasty operations targeting to strengthen the nasal dorsum.

Crooked Nose

It is a nose type forming an angle on the midline of the nose, in C shape or reversed C shape, in S shape of reversed S shape from the anterior profile. Both functional and aesthetic rhinoplasty operations are necessary for these types of noses especially for opening the breathing tract.