Crooked nose - more pictures - c-shape and crooked tip. Options? (Photos)
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Crooked Nasal Evaluation and Deviated Nasal Septum
Additionally, computer imaging has it's limits in demonstrating perfect symmetry, even with a skilled imaging study.
If spreader grafts are required, they can be shaped and designed by the surgeon to be beveled, with the dorsal surface thinner than the base. This limits the effects of excess width in cases where a spreader grafts of larger design would be inappropriate. Tip, caudal septum issues and structural support are also related to the final result. In my view, there is no need to fear a spreader graft per se, provided your surgeon has the expertise and experience to correct your crooked nose. Hope this information helps.