The patient shown here (Figure 1) has a crooked, twisted nose. The upper part is pointing to his right, then the middle part bending back to his left, and the tip ending up a little to his right (Figure 2). He also has collapse of the middle part of his nose, making it difficult to breathe. In his surgery, the bony part of his nose was brought to the midline, then the middle part was corrected by strengthening the area and making it slightly wider. The tip was then placed in the midline. His blocked breathing was corrected and his post-op photos are shown here (Figure 3).
- Dr. Benjamin Swartout
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