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Fix Crooked Nose Without Surgery
Crooked nose since I broke it years ago - is there any way to straighten it without surgery? I broke my nose four years ago and its been crooked ever since... Is there any way to straighten it without surgery?
Unfortunately,: Unfortunately, once a nose has been injured and the cartilage and bone have healed into the "new" position, there is no way to get them back to where they were without surgical correction. There is usually a window of time, 10-14 days, after surgery where bones. An sometimes be manipulated. After that only surgery will help. ...Read more
Nose reshaping (rhinoplasty) is a cosmetic surgery procedure in which a person's nose is operated on by a plastic surgeon to make the nose more to the person's liking. Sometimes, rhinoplasty is done to correct a deviated nasal septum, but the usual reason for the surgery is cosmetic, such as to fix a bump on the bridge of the nose or to ...Read more
I want to have surgery (septoplasty) for my deviated septum, crooked nose. What is usually involved in the process?
Very customized: You really need to see a plastic surgeon who does rhinoplasty surgery (not all do). He/she will assess your airway/breathing and what you like/don't like about your nose. What you need depends very much on your skin, nose shape, ethnicity, and cosmetic desires. Small incisions may be required on columella, around nostrils, and within the nose. Suture +/- cartillage grafts under skin of nose. ...Read more
What is the best hospital for rhinoplasty (nose reshaping) & liposuction surgery in bangalore, india and by which doctor?
Rhinoplasty: A crooked or deviated nose usually requires treatment with a rhinoplasty. There are various reasons the nose can be deviated including the nasal bones, the septum or various cartilaginous structures in the nose. You should see a facial plastic surgeon for consultation to determine the source of your deviation and the best way to address it. ...Read more
Plastic surgery: Depending on your insurance, correction after a broken nose is covered. Depending on the severity of the break (fracture) and the crooked nose, it may be something that can be fixed at the same time. Otherwise, cosmetic deformities unrelated to the injury may need to be counted separately and you would have to pay for that portion of the surgery. The best way to know is to see a plastic surgeon. ...Read more
I have crooked nose, I've seen this product called nasofix which claims to fix crooked nose, is it legit?
Not likely: If it is a significant problem see a nose DR (ENT) or cosmetic surgeon. ...Read more
Broke my nose last night its bent out of shape couldt push it back is it better to die than have a crooked nose?
Not sure what u mean: You are going to die sometime. A crooked nose won't change death or when it happens. Living might be less nice if the injury affects the airway. If you want to look better at your own funeral I suggest getting it fixed. ...Read more
I got my nose skin crooked nose skin not the bone, skin is crooked to a side which is thick and other side is thin. Any solution?
Can rhinoplasty correct a nose that was broken several years ago? I have a very crooked nose that was broken many years ago. Can rhinoplasty fix damage that old? .
I broke my nose and it got crooked I'm already in the process to getting surgery, I want to know what the side effects will be for the plastic surguy?
Nasal fracture: If a fresh fracture usually just a matter of realignment and waiting for it to heal. If the need to refracture pain will be similar to initial pain along with swelling and brusing. ...Read more
Yes: Aboard certified plastic surgeon should evaluate the problem. ...Read more
Hi, I have an asymmetrical face. May left lower jaw is bigger than my right and my nose got crooked. What's the best remedy without doing surgery. T?
Difficult: It seems that what you are describing may require surgical repair. A full consultation would be best. ...Read more
Would a non-surgical nose job fix my crooked nose? I came across a website that was mentioning non-surgical nose job for reshaping the nose. I got hit in the nose as a kid with a baseball bat, now I'm in my 50's. I was wondering if this is really effectiv
DEviated septum...: ...Is likely with an injury, and nonsurgical intervention would not address that at all. ...Read more
Can you pay Nasal Surgery with Medicaid, lately I have been having breathing problem in my right nasal side, its crooked and has the Dorsal Hump?
Rhinoplasty: You should meet your surgeon and his team. The docotr should listen to your desires and formulate a plan for you. You should be able to see some of his work, before and after pictures. Remember you cannot get a new nose just a better shaped version of what you already have. ...Read more
Get punched in face?: No, don't do that! I'm just getting punchy late at night. I'm afraid there's no way to adjust or reduce nose size w/o surgery although if you're describing rhinophyma, non-surgical laser might be used (http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/rhinophyma). But if you're talking about typical cosmetic purposes consistent w/ethnicity etc, I'm afraid surgery is only option. ...Read more
Depends: Injectable compounds can give you small changes in the shape of the nasal dorsum (profile of the nose). However, this is only suitable for specific noses, and not applicable to everyone. If you desire changes in your nasal tip, nasal base, or if there is twisting of th bony nose, surgery is generally necessary. An experienced rhinoplasty surgeon can tell you your options, surgical or otherwise. ...Read more
Cosmetic or medical?: Nose surgery comes in many varieties. You may want to start with an ENT (ears nose and throat doctor) to discuss your concerns. For changes to the appearance of your nose, consider a facial plastic surgeon. Both types of doctors will be able to guide you about surgical options for your nose. ...Read more
Recovery nasal surg: Usually recovery from nasal surg (rhinoplasty) is pretty quick. The first week is the worst as you may have packing in the nose and a nasal splint. If you develop bruising, that usually disappear around day 10 post-op. If nasal bones were fractured ; repositioned then refrain from sports for at least 6 weeks. Discuss with your plastic surgeon as there maybe some other issues that I haven't discussed. ...Read more
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