Crooked Nose Correction
What is Crooked Nose surgery?
The surgery restores a crooked nose to improve problems on both appearance and function. This kind of nose tends to be made after a fracture of nasal bone due to injury or shock. It is aesthetically not pleasing and may accompany functional problems such as feeling difficulty in breathing through your nose, rhinitis, pansinusitis, deviation of the nasal septum, et cetera. Such problems will be improved once you have the rhinoplastry for crooked nose.
Process of Crooked Nose Correction
If your hard nasal ridge bone is bent, we conduct the closed incision bone fracture technique, separating nasal bone in two parts and align the axis straightened up.
In the event of nasal congestion as the nasal septum is bent, we conduct the closed incision to minimize the excision of nasal septal cartilage for reducing side effect that may occur and making customized shape and function for individual needs.
If you are suffering from crooked nose caused by previous nasal operation, we conduct the closed incision, removing previously-used nasal ridge prosthesis and capsule around it, securing a new space at the center, stripping nasal tip cartilage, spreading nicely and fixing bashed-in nasal tip cartilage by having ears-cartilage a support, and heightening nasal bridge by using a new silicon prosthesis on it.
Features of Crooked Nose Correction
Who needs crooked nose surgery?
Pictures before and after an operation
Individual Results may vary depending on many factors, not all patients “feel” or achieve the same results.
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