Short · Upturned nose
A refined line from any angle without a hint of imperfection
Are you still worried?
A nose with visible nostrils? Correct it to the normal range
from the tip of the nose to the nostrils.
What kind of surgery is it?
A nose with a short nose bridge and a tip that is prominently visible from the front,
and where the nostrils are excessively visible, is commonly referred to as a short nose or
a saddle nose. This type of nose occurs when the angle formed by the nasal column and the lips,
when viewed from the side, is more than 110 degrees.
It is a challenging surgical procedure where the length of the nose and the nasal soft tissues are
increased within the natural lines of the skin. This is done by lowering the nasal tip downwards,
extending the nose length to match the facial proportions,
and achieving a natural improvement in the uplifted nose tip.
Nose tip that rises like a pig’s nose? Naturally reshape it with DA!
DA Short·Upturned nose correction
The secret to transforming a tacky looking nose to elegant nose?
Find out DA’s unique technique for
transforming short / upturned nose!
Surgical method for
- After adjusting the position of the alar cartilage, the inner mucosa and outer skin of the nose are simultaneously extended to increase the nose length in proportion to the facial ratio. In cases where the nasal bridge does not appear when viewed from the side or the nasal bridge needs to be lowered, surgery to adjust the shape of the nasal bridge is also performed concurrently. With a substantial amount of tissue available, the nose can be made more robust using autologous tissue when it is low and short.
- Septal cartilage, located inside the nose, contributes to creating a natural nose shape. It is relatively firm, making it primarily suitable for lifting the nasal tip or extending the nose length. It is firmer than ear cartilage, providing solid support to prevent the nasal tip from drooping. Additionally, septal cartilage is harvested from the nose, which means there are no additional scars.
The completion of Rhinoplasty,
why use autologous cartilage?
- Minimization of inflammation and side effects
- Less irritation for foreign body material
- Psychological anxiety relief
- Soft and natural nose tip
- Semi permanent
- Natural lengthening without burden on the skin of the nose
- Angles and height that harmonize with one's facial shape and nose line tailored to individual characteristics
- Delicate surgery using autologous cartilage transplant, so that there is no irritation due to foreign body material
DA Rhinoplasty Expertise
More naturally! More safely!
Nose line that fits the face balance
Tailoring the nasal bridge line to fit facial balance After closely analyzing individual facial features and matching them with each person's beauty standards,
you can choose between a curved line, a straight line, or a combination of both for the nasal bridge line.
Ideal proportions and angles for the nose
After examining factors such as the relationship between the nose and forehead lines, nostril spacing,
nose length, lip angle, and the line extending from the lips to the chin, the design process begins.
Safe Surgery Planning with 3D-CT
Prior to surgery, a three-dimensional analysis of the nose shape and
structure is conducted using 3D-CT equipment.
Customized Materials for Individual Characteristics
A plastic surgeon considers the overall harmony of the face and selects suitable materials tailored to the
individual characteristics for surgery, achieving harmonious facial results.
To a nose shape that
suits me, With a smooth and