Can my deviated nose be fixed without surgery? (Photos)

My nose was hit by the badroom door few months ago. I did not notice it until last month and it getting more obvious. My nose was totally straight before so i really don't want to have surgery if not needed. Do you think that it could be possible to reset my nose without rhinoplasty. I am looking forward to hearing from you soon and thank so much for your consideration as well as time.

Doctor Answers 4

Straightening the profile

Using a dermal filler like Restylane or Juvederm to balance out the asymmetries can be very powerful and produce an instant result. I would consider this and if you desire a more permanent result at a later time, then you can consider a rhinoplasty. Best of luck.


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Surgical rhinoplasty to straighten a crooked nose

A surgical rhinoplasty is usually required to straighten a crooked nose, but only if it significantly crooked. It is impossible to reset the nasal bones and cartilage without a surgical rhinoplasty under general anesthesia.

William Portuese, MD
Seattle Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Can you use fillers in the Nose?

Fillers can help with some people, however it is always difficult to determine with Photo's alone. The best option is to see a surgeon in your home city or town. 

Dr James Bonaparte

James Bonaparte, MD, MSc, FRCSC
Ottawa Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Facial fillers (Voluma, Restylane, Juvederm) could be used to improve symmetry of the nose, but surgery may be needed for the nostrils/shape. I would have a formal consultation with an expert. Best, Dr. Emer

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