Procedure to Treat Crooked Nose


People with a crooked nose suffer from a common nasal-facial and nose disproportion called crooked nose. The crooked nose usually results from a hereditary overgrowth of cartilages and bones that pull the nose to one side. Crooked noses can also occur from traumatic injury during childhood or adolescent development. This condition usually presents an aesthetic displeasing facial-nasal disproportion, as on the front view the midline structures appear off centre and can be distracting and displeasing to the patient and others.


Dermal Filler

During an injection rhinoplasty procedure, a safe injectable dermal filler, such as Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm, Teosyal or Voluma can be injected along the bridge of the nose and create the appearance of a straighter, more centred nose and nasal-facial proportion.


A nose surgery that reconstructs and reshapes the nose to look more beautiful and aesthetic.

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