The part we call the tip of the nose is the 1/3 part of our nose that is close to our mouth. This area is the most important part of the nose in terms of both aesthetics and breathing. The lowness or curvature of the tip of the nose creates serious aesthetic and physiological (such as breathing and smell) problems in the nose. At the same time, this region is an important area that requires serious experience and sensitive work in operations with its mixed anatomical structure and functional structure. The angle formed by the tip of the nose with the lip area is very precise (approximately 90-100 degrees) and the attachment of this angle in the surgery and its continuity without falling in the nose over the years brings success in terms of aesthetics and functionality. Another important area related to the tip of the nose is the nasal bottom. So, it is the nose wings and the area you see when you look at your nose from below. Although this region is particularly large in the black race and the Asian race, it can be problematic and wide in every person due to familial or trauma. The width of the nose wings makes your nostrils look big and your nose looks low and large.

This situation is usually associated by the lowness of the nose tip. For this reason, support grafts are placed in this area before the surgery and the lowness of the nose tip is eliminated, this also reduces the problem on the wings as it will steal an amount from the nose wings, however, if the nose wings are wide, it is narrowed by removing an amount from the lower parts and a triangular aesthetic and functional structure is given to the tip of the nose. Excess tissue should never be removed with an aggressive approach when removing tissue from the nasal wings. This creates problems both aesthetically and functionally by shrinking the wings over time.