The face represents for our body what the tip is for the iceberg, and as this emerges from the water to show itself to the sailors so our oval immediately comes into contact with the people we relate to.
The media overexposure of the last years to which we are all subject (video-phones, video-chat, etc.) has increased the importance of the face and the elements that compose it (eyes, nose, mouth, cheekbones and chin).
Some of our dysmorphic and slight imperfections immediately catalyze our attention and also that of those who observe us especially today that the outer appearance has become the container that must amplify the inner qualities (human and intellectual) of each of us.
The bags under the eyes or the excessive emptying of the cheekbones can make us look tired as well as a too pronounced chin, synonymous with masculinity, can obscure the sweet gaze of a young woman.
The cosmetic surgery of the face has the specific purpose of eliminating, when possible, or at least minimizing the listed imperfections, to give the right perception to each of us and, not least, also correct functional problems such as the incorrect respiration due to the deviation of the nasal septum