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When you think of rhinoplasty, does an image of the Stepford Wives pop into mind? While the perfectly proportioned nose may have been a very sought-after feature in the past, that’s not so much the case anymore.

The latest nose job trends embrace your natural features and strive to highlight them even further.

The Narrow Is Out

Plastic surgeons here in Boston and across the country are seeing fewer and fewer requests for the “perfect” nose. Instead, women and men alike are trending towards smaller changes that showcase the uniqueness of their natural features.

More and more people want to highlight their heritage, ethnicity and the uniqueness of their facial features, rather than downplay or cover them up.

Embracing What Makes You Unique

The ‘Barbie nose’ is taking a backseat to a more diverse and natural look.

This new trend towards a not-too-perfect nose highlights the fact that getting a nose job doesn’t necessarily mean completely scrapping what you’ve got and starting fresh. In fact, this is very rarely the case. Most people want to improve one particular feature of their nose, or perhaps correct asymmetry.

You can also go for the liquid nose job if you want a less permanent, subtler change to your look. This nonsurgical option uses fillers and/or BOTOX® to make slight changes to the shape or symmetry of your nose. Like other fillers, the effects of the liquid nose job will fade away over the next months, so you don’t have to commit to a new nose just yet.


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Why the Not-So-Perfect Nose Job Is Gaining Popularity | Boston
What are the latest nose job trends? Board-certified plastic surgeon and rhinoplasty specialist Dr. Waleed Ezzat of Boston, Massachusetts explains why the not-so-perfect nose is in.
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Dr. Waleed Ezzat - Boston Plastic Surgeon
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