I spoke with a doctor who said that a great limitation in rhinoplasties is the thickness of the skin/cartilage in the inferior part of the nose. Do people with thick and wide tips get less of an advantage from a rhinoplasty? Ultimately, does a rhinoplasty on the rest of the nose cause it to be diproportionate?
Is it more advisable to have a rhinoplasty first and then a chin implant, or both together, given the changes both will make on the overall proportion of the face?
Can an anatomic implant create a more definite jaw line?
Lastly, how do cheek bones in young people (I'm 19 and a male) become more defined or facial fat "smoothed"? What technique is used?