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According to recent studies, the ideal nozolabial angle for the nose of women is 106 degrees, as it increases femininity.
Having a nose with a tip makes the woman look feminine. The noses that look down, often look long and hard, and a wider angle than 90 degrees is a condition for increasing femininity. The ideal nasolabial angle for a white woman is 106 degrees.
This discovery will help aesthetic surgeons. The study of white women and girls aged 18 to 25 reaffirmed once again that the nazolabic angle that a woman should have is between 104 and 108 degrees, but the optimal is 106. While for men it is 90 degrees.
Theoretically, Rhinoplasty is thought and practiced to last throughout life. But other factors go into the game.
First, we need to understand that sacrificing bone and bone integrity in a nose intervention, for aesthetic effect, has changed over the years. Today, Kirurget is more conservative and protective of nose structures than it was 15 to 20 years ago, which for a pleasantly pleasing aesthetic effect of the moment, sacrificed neural and nasal bone mass more than it should, this leads to the passage of years of nose to lose the appearance she had gained as a result of interference.
Secondly, the nose is a dynamic structure and over the years it changes. About 16 years of age ends the growth of bone structure.
However, the endogenous nasal shape of an adult is not yet established. Although the bone structure will not increase adolescence afterwards, there are many environmental or individual factors that will affect the shape of the nose, giving subtle or even dramatic changes to the final contours of the nose. In other words, your nose will “grow old” like anything else, some nose grow older and few more. The plastic surgeon should therefore consider this fact and be conservative in maintaining the structural integrity of the nose during intervention in order to minimize as far as age changes are concerned.