Hooked (Aquiline) Nose Correction

Surgery Information

The hooked (Aquiline) nose is a nose with a protruding middle part. For a man, the slight degree of hooked nose gives a ‘strong’ impression, as a point of attraction. For a woman, however, the hooked nose gives a ‘wild’ impression in a bad sense.

Surgery method

There are two points of hooked nose surgery as follows.

The first one is to smoothen the part between the bridge of the nose and cartilage, and the second one is to correct the outline of an entire nose by tipping on the drooping nose tip. The protruding part of a hooked nose is called ‘Hump’, and the main way to remove it is to shave, or to grind it. The drooping nose is corrected by nose tip surgery by using self cartilage.