Rhinoplasty is aesthetic plastic surgery of the nose. The term derives from Greek Rhino- (nose) and -plasty (to mold, to form). Rhinoplasty is among the most common cosmetic surgeries, and is indicated for men and women with a desire to adjust features of the nose: It’s size, shape, relationship to surrounding structures, and/or any and all features of its appearance. Inherited nasal characteristics are related to ethnicity. Some seek moderation of such landmarks for a less ethnocentric and/or more multi-ethnic appearance. Rhinoplasty may be performed to change features most visible from the side (profile) view, the front (portrait) view, or both. In every case, analysis, planning, and execution of the procedure is a three dimensional effort. Surgical precision is important because of complex nasal anatomy and the privileged position of the nose as the facial centerpiece to which all other parts are visually related. Below is a “before and after” video of hispanic rhinoplasty for a woman wanting to lower the fullness on top of her nose, and a more delicate, feminine nasal tip.