Snub Nose: Do You Need To Correct It?

A snub nose is slender and pointed, and the whole face is shorter and more rounded. You can see a slight upward slant at the very end of each one. This shape is reminiscent of a heavenly nose, but the snub nose is more rounded and gentle. Looking at this nose style from the front, you can also see the nostrils. Don’t worry; recent snub nose surgery (เสริมจมูกแก้ทรง จมูกชมพู่, which is the term in Thai) can correct it.

Causes Of Snub Nose


Your genes determine your appearance, back to your ancestors’, which significantly impacted their genes.


Nasal trauma can cause a snub nose. It takes significant damage, like a broken nose, to alter the nose’s appearance.

Frequent Reasons For Nose Fractures Include:

  • Stumbling and colliding with a wall
  • physical assault, like punching or kicking, including those experienced during contact sports or automobile accidents

What Is Snub Nose Surgery?

Non-Surgical Procedure

Due to advanced science and technology, you can contour your snub nose by injecting fillers like hyaluronic acid into specific nose sections. Fillers tend to be of a gel consistency. The doctor might smooth the filler by hand to make the region look more uniform.

A surgeon can fix a snub nose with one to three syringes, depending on how much adjustment is necessary. Depending on the product and severity, you may require more than one session.

Non-invasive rhinoplasty can be done in as little as 15 minutes and up to an hour in the doctor’s office. Moreover,  depending on the treatment, the effects can last from a few months to several years.

Most people experience mild side effects. Nevertheless, occasionally the filler can block a blood vessel in the nose at the injection site. Injections near the eye can possibly result in permanent blindness.


One of the most popular types of cosmetic surgery worldwide is Rhinoplasty. Both open and closed surgical methods exist for repositioning a snub nose. Grafts are typically placed at the nose’s tip and septum to reinforce and lengthen the nose. Generally, surgeons use Cartilage from the ribs or the ears to create the grafts.

Under general anesthesia, complete rhinoplasty usually takes two to three hours.


There are options available to alter the look of your nose if you are unhappy with its current state. Both options are safe, but consult your doctor if you still have queries.