In today’s society, an attractive appearance stands for success and often facilitates professional advancement. If, for example, the nose is too wide, the entire face may appear asymmetrical. Hence plastic surgery serves the purpose of adjustment when proportions appear not to match or for other wished-for changes. The objective of plastic surgery, or of the plastic surgeon, is therefore not to bring about visibly artificial alterations but to create results that look natural.
It goes without saying that, when it comes to the sorts of alterations made through plastic surgery, the health of the patient is the primary concern. A requested rhinoplasty procedure will not be performed in Dr Hundt’s practice if it might result in a functional impairment.
If you, too, would like to find out what changes an experienced surgeon could make, we would be pleased to welcome you for a personal consultation at one of our consultation centres.