The aesthetic goals of male and female rhinoplasties are the same: to create the most harmonious and ideal facial proportion.
Of course for a man this invariably requires a wider and stronger nose than would typically be ideal for a woman. Far too often we have all seen men whose nose is too narrow or too scooped on the side, giving them a feminized and feeble appearance.
As often as a chin implant should be considered for a female interested in a rhinoplasty, this is an even more profound issue for men. A strong chin and pronounced jawline are critical elements for male handsomeness. On occasion a man who perceives his nose as being too large may actually need a chin implant to put his nose into balance.
Dr. Teitelbaum speaks extensively with all of his male rhinoplasty patients before scheduling them for surgery. He wants to see photographs of how they wish their nose to look and develop a surgical plan that will satisfy their wishes.
He enjoys making a tremendous improvement in his male rhinoplasty patients’ appearance and gets great joy in seeing their happiness and satisfaction with their new nose.