As already mentioned, having a discussion with your doctor about motivation, goals, and expectations is a must. Your surgeon will be able to explain what the procedure “can” and “can’t” do, as well as potential results. It’s completely fine and normal for patients to feel a bit self-conscious when talking about their appearance, and how they feel about their nose, but it is critical that you are upfront, honest, and open about what you have in mind when it comes to the reason behind your rhinoplasty surgery.
For patients with a smaller chin, a surgeon could also recommend augmented chin surgery, as a smaller chin might make it seem as if a patient has a larger nose. It’s not required; however, it may be something some people may consider to ensure their facial profile is balanced.