DR. JACK P. GUNTER: A male nose is certainly different from female noses. And in general the male nose is a stronger looking nose than the females and it usually has a straight bridge. It’s got a tip that is more projecting than the female has and the length of the nose looks a little bit longer in an up and down direction. Whereas a female’s nose is more turned up, the tip is slightly more turned up, the bridge is lower, and the tip usually sticks out a little bit more than the bridge does, and in general looks a little bit softer. The main thing, though, in either a male or female nose is to keep it natural appearing and be sure that it’s functioning properly after the rhinoplasty.