The male and female nose have a different morphology and angles that project a gender identity towards the people who look at it. If we know these differences in detail between angles and measurements, we can transform a male nose into a female nose.
The female nose has an angle between the tip and the most open lip which causes the tip to rise while the male nose in the same area usually has a 90 degree angle which makes the tip lower. Furthermore, the male nose is usually wider and has a more pronounced and more projected back, while the female nose is usually thinner and has a flatter back and a narrower base.
On the other hand, there is an angle in the female nose between the tip of the nose and the side, an angle of less than 180 degrees, as well as a more pronounced angle between the side and the forehead. This means that when we want to feminize a nose we are not only going to treat the male nose from an aesthetic point of view but we are going to modify these angles so that the nose is more feminine and in this way when a person looks at the face of a trans girl really see a female face.
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Rhinoplasty is one of the most complex surgeries of the face since the nose is made up by different structures and skin, cartilage, bone and mucosa, not to mention that it is the main entrance to the respiratory tract, for all these reasons it is very important to perform it correctly not only to obtain a good aesthetic result in feminization, but also so that the operated person has perfect functionality and that rhinoplasty does not negatively influence their breathing through the nose.
Despite being a surgery that during the first days is shown as visually appealing because it is wearing plaster and the face appears swollen, it is one of the least painful surgeries.
During the first day after surgery, the patient should wear plugs, plaster and stitches. On the second day the plugs can be removed, on the fifth day the stitches are removed and on the ninth or tenth day the plaster is removed.
After the removal of the plaster, the visual appearance improves markedly although the nose is still a little swollen, but the patient can resume her daily activity taking precautions and carry a completely normal life.
As we have previously said, rhinoplasty is one of the most complex facial surgeries, but performed by qualified and experienced professionals, the results are very good from every point of view, morphological, aesthetic, functional (for good breathing) and one of the most grateful surgeries in the facial feminization process, since the nose is the axis of the face and simply by feminizing the nose a very feminine appearance is obtained. If we associate this with the triangulation produced by the projection of the cheekbones and chin, we will go from a very masculine facial structure to a very feminine one.