Unfortunately, closed reductions of nasal fractures under local anesthesia are often not successful in straightening out the nose.
You can have an open reduction performed approximately 4 weeks after your closed procedure. At that time the bones are solidified and can be re-fractured to straighten you appearance.
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If you're nose is crooked after a closed reduction, you may require formal surgery 6 months-1 year later after the swelling is gone and the nose is healed. Another attempt of immediate closed reduction may be painful since the bones may be healed. I recommend seeing a rhinoplasty surgeon to determine if the nasal bones are mobile enough for another reduction.
It is quite common that despite attempted reduction of a fractured nose, that deviation and nasal obstruction can persist. Accordingly, formal surgical correction may be required after you've healed up.