By the 20th century, an article by Dr. Wilfred S. Goodman was published that gave a twist to the rhinoplasty technique, called external approach rhinoplasty, which eventually ended up being called open rhinoplasty.
The open rhinoplasty comes to making cuts in the nasal pavilion and also made a small one at the bottom of the nose, so the surgeon has better access to the cartilage and bone of the nose.
Thanks to Dr. Jack Anderson this technique was perfected and popularized, but it was not until the end of the 80s when it began to be used in a secondary way.
As we have seen, rhinoplasty has had important and constant changes over time. Although it has kept the same purpose since its invention, for the benefit of thousands of people who see in it an alternative to look and feel better. Either to correct genetic malformations, accidents, corrective problems of a respiratory nature or simply aesthetic, in this way a regeneration of self-esteem is achieved.
A beautiful and well contoured nose produces an important psychological well-being. It is worth remembering that the nose is one of the attributes that stands out first of our face and the first that people see.
If you are thinking of having a rhinoplasty, to look better or if you do it for health purposes (whatever the case may be), you should look for qualified and experienced doctors, who will explain the techniques that best suit your needs, to achieve a harmonious result.