I will need surgery to correct my crooked nose, but what is the probability that surgery will be successful? (photo)
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Surgery to correct broken nose
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Correcting a broken nose
You need to be examined by a Board Certified Plastic surgeon to see if you also need to have your septum repaired. If so, insurance will pay for part of your procedure. Partial payment from your insurance may help you substantially. Expect to have your nose re-broken. Expect prolonged swelling (4-6 months). Expect visible improvement and if your septum is repaired expect to breathe better.
Texas avg price $8K
Rhinoplasty to straighten a broken and crooked nose
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Straightening a crooked nose should be successful with an experienced rhinoplasty surgeon
Consult a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
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