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Before Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir in New Jersey.

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3 weeks after Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir in New Jersey.

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Before Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir in New Jersey.

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3 weeks after Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir in New Jersey.

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Before Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir in New Jersey.

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3 weeks after Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir in New Jersey.

Designer Rhinoplasty ® by Dr. Kassir In a Designer Rhinoplasty , an entire subunit must be corrected in order to maintain symmetry and aesthetic appeal. The nose must vertically occupy 1/3 of the face and horizontally occupy 1/5 of the face. The nasofrontal angle is the angle between the frontal bone and nation and is expected to ideally be 120 degrees. This angle is slightly smaller for males than for females. An ideal nasofacial angle (slope of the nose) is about 30-40 degrees. The nasolabial angle (angle between tip of nose and upper lip) is 90-95 degrees on the male face and 100-105 degrees on the female face. Dr. Kassir will determine facial projections and proportions for the face by utilizing the Goode method which states that the height of the nasal tip should be 55-60% of the vertical length of the nose tip.

When I visit Dr. Kassir's office I feel like I am with family. His staff is professional and knowledgeable and Dr. Kassir's results are so natural. He does excellent face work-he truly has an eye for creating masterpieces and I trust him with my face without a doubt.

– Anonymous

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