How Nose Dissatisfaction Affects Relationships | Advanced Cosmetic Surgery of NY

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Entertainment news reports are buzzing with speculation that Ryan Gosling recently received a nose job. His plastic surgeon mentioned to Beauty Editor that the actor “may have had some work done”. The publication suspects a nose job after printing photos of the star’s face over the last few years to show the differences.

Gosling’s Nose at the Root of Relationship Problems?

Gosling recently broke up with his girlfriend Eva Mendes. It’s believed he may now be dating his ex-girlfriend Rachel McAdams again.

While the world may see Gosling as an attractive man, he may have seen an ugly nose. In a study published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, patients with Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) believe they appear disfigured and ugly. Individuals with BDD suffer from low self-esteem and lack confidence.

These poor body image issues can impact relationships, research suggests. When a person doesn’t feel confident about the way he or she looks, it can cause stress in the relationship. This stress can cause either partner to be dissatisfied in the relationship, which can sometimes cause it to end.

Was Gosling unhappy with his appearance? Did he have a poor view of himself that caused him stress to the point that his relationship with Mendes suffered? If he’s like many others who consider rhinoplasty, it may have been why he sought to improve his appearance.

Improving Your Appearance for Better Relationships

Ryan Gosling’s on-again relationship with ex-girlfriend McAdams is hopefully much better now that he has a new nose and possibly a better view of himself. While Body Dysmorphic Disorder is a psychological disorder that isn’t treatable by rhinoplasty, those with low self-confidence may receive a boost with cosmetic surgery, according to researchers at Ruhr Universitat and the University of Basel.

If you don’t see the beauty of your face in the mirror, particularly your nose, and it’s affecting the satisfaction that you and your partner receive from your relationship, you may want to consider rhinoplasty.

While this procedure is not a form of treatment for any mental condition, including Body Dysmorphic Disorder, it can boost self-esteem and self-confidence.

For a free consultation, contact our highly-qualified cosmetic and plastic surgeons in Commack, Long Island or Manhattan, NYC. You can set up the appointment by calling 631-499-1831 or 212-206-0023.