Can I get my nose straight without surgery?

My nose from one side is longer than the other. The right is flatter as longer and the left is shorter and more out. And therefore is not straight could I get it straight without surgery

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Non Surgical Rhinoplasty / Nose Job for upturned nose: Facial Sculpting Using Fillers Like Voluma, Radiesse, Lyft, Juvederm

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You would need to be seen in person for this question to be answered. It is possible to do some evening out  of noses using fillers such as Volume and Radiuses, but generally the changes will be subtle. Please see an expert. Best, Dr. Emer

Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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Surgical rhinoplasty for a crooked nose

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A surgical rhinoplasty is required to straighten a crooked nose.  To straighten the crooked nose requires osteotomies placed in the nasal bones, a spreader graft placed in the midportion of the nose on the concave side, and a tip rhinoplasty, if the tip itself is crooked.  A tip rhinoplasty involves asymmetrical cartilage removal on one side and possible cartilage grafting on the opposite side to make the nose more balanced and straight.  For more information  and many before and after results of crooked nose repair with surgical rhinoplasty,  please see the link and the video below

Non Surgical Nose Job

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Hi and thanks for your question. It is tough to say without pictures but it sounds like the Non Surgical Nose Job procedure could help. A filler such as Voluma or Radiesse can be used to blend the contours and make your nose more straight. Feel free to contact my office with further questions. Hope that helps. 

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