Before you order a meal in a restaurant, the waiter may give you a description of a particular dish you are considering.
His description of the meal is not the meal itself, and you shouldn't expect to eat the description.
The purpose of the description is to afford you an opportunity to give yourself an experience of what the meal could be like prior to placing your order.
In similar fashion, during your consultation for a rhinoplasty procedure, your surgeon may opt to use simulation (also called morphing) so you can have an experience of what a possible result will be like.
And like the description of the meal, the simulation is not the result and you shouldn't expect your result to exactly match the simulation.
The simulation, like the waiter's description, is designed to give you an opportunity to have an experience prior to moving forward and committing to your surgery.
If the surgeon you are meeting with uses simulation during your consultation, here are some key points to keep in mind:
This is only a guide and is not a guarantee of results. This article is for your entertainment only and is not being given as medical advice. Always consult your personal physician on any medical matters.