The Club of Imperfect Noses

Melissa Doft, a NY plastic surgeon in a clinic that bears her name traces this evolution: “In the 70’s and 80’s, many surgeons specializing in rhinoplasty had a signature nose, small, up-turned and anglo saxon in nature: The cookie cutter nose  (the nose of a baker, an allusion to that naive character, almost from a story book that spends all day baking). Now, patients want something individualized, that respects its proportions and doesn’t erase their identity. The resulting noses of today’s surgeries have softer curves, not so pointy and less angular”

Read the full article by El Pais at: The Club of Imperfect Noses