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Crooked Nose Rhinoplasty

Curved Nose Rhinoplasty

  • Duration: 1 hr 30 min ~ 2 hr 30 min.
  • Anesthesia: Local (Deep Sleep) Anesthesia
  • Hospitalization: N/A
  • Stitch Removal: 5-7 days after
  • Clinic Visit: 2-3 times
  • Recovery Period: Return to everyday activity after stitch removal
What is Crooked Nose Rhinoplasty?
Appearance of crooked nose can cause nasal congestion and headache or other nasal problems. Rhinoplasty for crooked nose can improve both these problems and aesthetic aspects, Wonjin brings you the utmost outcomes collaborating with ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) specialists.
Recommended for those who
  1. 1. Have an asymmetric face due to crooked nose
  2. 2. Suffer from nasal related ailments
  3. 3. Have crooked nostrils
  4. 4. Have deviated nasal prosthesis

Crooked Nose Surgical Method

Curved Nose surgery methods depends on severity of nasal deviation as well as individual conditions. WONJIN has several different method to address these issues.

Nose with blunt tip rhinoplasty surgical method
Cartilage Surgery image

METHOD 01 Camouflage Method

If the severity of the deviation is unremarkable, a simple procedure to correct the slight curve can be done. Cartilage, Implants, or thick derma can be grafted to the section of the nose that impose deformities.

Nasal bone fracture

METHOD 02 Nasal Bone Fracture Method

This is one of the most common methods that straightens deviated nose by having fracture of crooked nasal bone area.

Nose tip cartilage

METHOD 03 Nasal tip cartilage correction Method

Nasal tip or septum deviation are corrected by repositioning nasal tip cartilage.

METHOD 04 Nasal Septum cartilage incision

The structure of the nasal septum wall is comprised of bone and cartilage. It can be called the pillar of the nose.Deviations in the septum are the main cause of curved noses. When treating a curved nose, it is essential to check for a deviated nasal septum.

METHOD 05 Inferior nasal concha correction

Nasal obstruction can occur in a curved nose. The cause is the inferior nasal concha. Through incisional methods or high frequency wave treatments, the nasal concha section can be reduced to increase the space within the nose.

Curved Nose Surgery Before and After