Nose bone fracture symptom Nose bending (right lateral nasal fracture)
Q: A woman in her mid-30s. I had a fractured nose 10 years ago. At that time, I was hit properly by her fist while fighting with my boyfriend’s lover. The right side is broken. Thanks to that, I got a nose flexion and have lived in this state so far. It’s been a long time, but I want to do surgery to shape my curved nose. Will it be possible?
A: Your nose is bent as a result of neglecting a fractured bone that occurred 10 years ago. After a long time, orthodontic plastic surgery is needed as a surgery to correct this.
Except for the part essential for maintaining the shape of the nose, it is necessary to resect the bent part of the septum and correct the connection between the septum cartilage and the nasal bone to position the nose bridge.
If the nasal area collapses to one side and is crooked, surgery is required to allow the nasal bone to move through the inner and outer joints of the nasal bone and then position it in place.
In addition, you can use nose tips or prostheses to make your nose look pretty.
The operation time is usually about 1 hour and a half to 3 hours depending on the degree of surgery. The recovery period takes about two weeks if you don’t have a fracture, and if you do, you need four to five weeks until the bone to stick together again.
Please visit the hospital to find out the exact cost of the surgery.