Rhinoplasty to straighten a crooked nose
In our practice, we do not recommend non-surgical fillers as a replacement for a surgical rhinoplasty procedure. The fillers are not FDA approved for that application, can have significant complications, and are only temporary. A surgical rhinoplasty involves straightening the nasal bones and having a cartilage graft placed on the concave side to straighten the entire nose. A tip rhinoplasty is required when the tip is crooked. Rhinoplasty for the crooked nose is a very difficult endeavor, and one of the most complicated procedures in the entire field of plastic surgery, so choose your surgeon very widely based on producing natural results consistently.
Surgery or no surgery
Typically, surgery is better to correct crooked or deviated noses since that is a bony and cartilage structural issue. Nonsurgical rhinoplasty is best for building a bridge, camouflaging a hump, adding more tip definition. Good luck. Best, Dr H
In some instances, nonsurgical rhinoplasty can
improve the appearance and symmetry of the nose. Based on your photos,
the tip of your nose as well as the dorsum of your nose is deviated to the
right. Due to the deviation being the source of asymmetry, nonsurgical
rhinoplasty will not be able to create significantly greater symmetry and the
best option to achieve symmetry will be surgical rhinoplasty.
Non Surgical Rhinoplasty Candidate
If the problem is on the nasal dorsum and not so much the tip, fillers can help and it looks as if fillers could be an alternative option for you. Best, Dr. Emer.