Where less is truly more, and where augmentation or projection may be better.
The approach to rhinoplasty for a man is different than for a woman. A man’s nose should look masculine. Although this statement seems intuitive, most men seeking rhinoplasty are concerned with a feminizing result. This may be due to other results they have seen.
There are masculine features that should be pursued for male rhinoplasty. For example, a straighter dorsum or slight curve to the bridge when looking from the side, a wider appearing nose when looking straight on, and more nasal tip projection, when compared to female rhinoplasty.
Males seeking rhinoplasty with Dr. Isaacs are usually unhappy with the size, shape, or function of their nose. They usually complain of a large or misshapen nose. Males also seek rhinoplasty after prior trauma.
A male rhinoplasty can be performed with techniques that result in subtle changes to remove distractions while maintaining a natural and masculine result.