Having weak, sunken nostrils typically means having a pinched nasal tip. When a person has recessed nostrils as a result of a previous rhinoplasty, genetics, or nasal trauma, plastic surgeons recommend corrective rhinoplasty to make the nose look more balanced.
How do plastic surgeons correct a pinched nasal tip? Often, their main focus is making the lower lateral cartilages (LLCs) straighter. Putting in cartilage grafts is an effective way to better support the LLCs. Having straighter, fuller LLCs will create a smoother transition between the tip of the nose and the nostril rims.
Find out more about rhinoplasty and how it can turn your pinched nasal tip into a fuller, more-balanced tip – pay a visit to Doctors Burton Sundin and Reps Sundin. These board-certified plastic surgeons can help you get the nose you want, so contact our office to make an appointment for a consultation.