This young woman had rhinoplasty in Toronto. Before surgery she was concerned about the bump on the bridge of the nose and that the nose was too droopy. She was found to have a prominent nose with a dorsal hump and the tip definitely pointed downwards with a lot of excess in the infratip lobule region ( hanging piece in between the nostrils). The tip was also noted to be a bit bulbous although not out of balance with her prominent eyes. A closed rhinoplasty was performed to reduce the hump, rotate the tip and reduce the hanging infratip lobule. The bulbousity of the tip was reduced in a conservative fashion. Overall now her nose appears less prominent on her face allowing her other attractive features to stand out.