How to fix a crooked nose with help of rhinoplasty surgery?

Crooked nose

There appears to be a nasal bone fracture with the upper lateral cartilages twisted as well. To straighten this nose , a rhinoplasty with osteotomies, and a spreader graft to concave side will be needed.

Any other cosmetic surgery could be performed at the same time. A septoplasty will most likely be needed in a nose this crooked. Pushing on your nose will not straighten it out (William Portuese, MD, Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon)

You would be an excellent candidate for a rhinoplasty or septorhinoplasty procedure. The “septo” portion would involve fixing the functional aspects of your nose which may have been hindered from your accident.

The “rhinoplasty” portion would address the cosmetic changes that need to be made to provide for an aesthetically pleasing nose that is more balanced to your facial features. I perform a lot of ethnic rhinoplasty procedures and have a large level of male patients.

When operating on a nose like yours it is important to provide a natural outcome that fits your facial features and still has a good masculine appearance.

Personally during my rhinoplasty consultations I use a digital imaging computer which allows the patient to see the proposed surgical result.

I also have on hand hundreds of before and after photographs as well as the patients imaged photo which allows the patient to see how close in proximity the proposed and final result are. (Michael Elam, MD, Orange County Facial Plastic Surgeon)

Rhinoplasty (Nose Reshaping) for Crooked or Broken Nose

How to Fix A Crooked Nose

Based on your description and the photo, it looks like you would be a great candidate for a rhinoplasty (nose reshaping). This procedure can be used to straighten out the nose and make it smaller (if you want).

In addition, when the nose has been traumatized, there are often breathing issues because of changes in the cartilages and/or septum. These can be fixed at the same time. You should seek a qualified surgeon who specializes in rhinoplasty. (Evan Ransom, MD, Bay Area Facial Plastic Surgeon)

How is a Crooked/twisted Nose Corrected? Is It an Expensive Procedure?

It appears that your nose is deviated and crooked from the trauma. I think you need to have a rhinoplasty and possibly a septoplasty as well. I would repair it with an open approach to visualize all parts. (Thomas Guillot, MD, Baton Rouge Plastic Surgeon)

How is a Crooked/twisted Nose Corrected? Is It an Expensive Procedure?

Rhinoplasty for Crooked Nose More Painful

Crooked Nose Correction

Straightening your nose or reducing its size would require rhinoplasty surgery.

You’re a good candidate based on the single image that you’ve posted for this procedure. Seek a rhinoplasty expert for consultation. (Stephen Weber, MD, FACS, Denver Facial Plastic Surgeon)

Crooked Nose

Pushing on your nose will not likely reset it to being straight again particularly if the trauma has elapsed for some time. You will likely need repair of the internal anatomy of the nose as well to help straighten your nose.

Please consult with a board certified specialist who can help you achieve the results you seek. (Kimberly Lee, MD, Beverly Hills Facial Plastic Surgeon)

Nose crooked

Yes, it does appear that your nose is crooked. If this was recent trauma, you have to give it time to heal, and then you can have the nasal deflection corrected. (Steven Wallach, MD, Manhattan Plastic Surgeon)