Natalie Pack, Miss California 2012 — Plastic Surgery Patient Profile
A self described tomboy, Natalie grew up roughhousing with her brother and other kids. This resulted in, in addition to a love of biking and motorcycling, a broken nose.
By the time she came to Dr. Rawnsley she was a pre-med. student at UC Irvine and a working model represented by the esteemed Ford modeling agency. “She was very thoughtful, very meticulous,” says Dr. Rawnsley. “She looked at a lot of [online] galleries… She liked my results and my credentials.”
Natalie brought a series of modeling shots with her to Dr. Rawnsley’s office in order to illustrate the specific issues she was seeing. She was concerned about the asymmetry of her nose as well as an overall feeling of visual heaviness. Dr. Rawnsley reviewed the photos with her, did digital imaging to simulate different approaches, and together they mapped out a plan to improve her facial symmetry and increase the delicacy of her features.
The procedure was performed endonasally, minimizing scarring and reducing healing time. Dr. Rawnsley straightened Natalie’s nose and refined the tip and the profile.
And the results speak for themselves.
As the newly crowned 2012 Miss California, Natalie’s message is about self-confidence. “You just have to exude self-confidence and self-esteem,” she said on KTLA’s morning news, “because that’s what is going to get you far in life and that’s what’s going to make you successful.”
Congratulations to Natalie on her great success so far…