Twisted Nose Correction Surgery
A twisted nose not only affects your appearance, but also your social interactions and employment opportunities as well. If you previously injured your nose, you may have gone to the emergency room for treatment. The doctors might have treated your symptoms, but you were still left with a crooked nose. Sometimes, previous rhinoplasty procedures may not have delivered the results you desired. Twisted nose correction surgery helps straighten your nose to restore confidence in your appearance.
Causes of a Twisted Nose
There are several factors that can cause the appearance of a twisted nose. A twisted nose could include a deviated septum and obstructed nasal valves. Common causes besides an injury and previous surgery can include a tumor or infection. Seek immediate medical attention if you are experiencing nosebleeds, swelling or trouble breathing.
What Does Twisted Nose Correction Surgery Entail?
The methods used during twisted nose correction surgery may vary depending on the correction needed. Bone removal or cartilage grafting can help correct the angle and symmetry of the nose. While this procedure may not straighten your nose completely, it can help bring more balance to your face. Swelling may be experienced for a few weeks following surgery. You may be able to resume full normal activities in approximately two weeks.
Ideal Twisted Nose Correction Surgery Candidates
Ideal candidates for twisted nose correction surgery are self-conscious about their appearance and in overall good health. A consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon is necessary to determine if you are an ideal candidate. This appointment includes a comprehensive exam so the surgeon can recommend the best treatment options to help you achieve your aesthetic goals. During this time, the surgeon can explain the benefits and risks and answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Schedule a Twisted Nose Correction Surgery Consultation
If you feel self-conscious about the shape of your nose, twisted nose correction surgery may be an ideal solution for you. Board certified plastic surgeon Dr. John M. Anastasatos has decades of experience achieving outstanding results for patients in California and Greece. Contact Los Angeles Plastic Surgery to schedule a twisted nose correction surgery today.