The profile of your face is more important to your overall look than you may realize. If you catch a glimpse of it in the mirror and notice that one feature overpowers your entire face—be it because it’s too big, too small or too fatty—it can throw off the entire balance of your look. For years, plastic surgeons have catered to requests to streamline the profile. And with all the recent advancements in the world of aesthetic beauty, getting it is now easier than ever.
According to New York plastic surgeon Craig A. Foster, MD, most patients comes in complaining about bumps on the nose, droopy nasal tips, chins that are too small and loose necks. However, when treating the profile, it’s important to pay attention the entire face and not focus on correcting just one problem area, which can make you look disproportional. Sometimes, in order to fix something that bothers you, it requires additional treatments to additional features.