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Old 03-22-2012, 06:13 PM   #1
 
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Hey guys I have a question, hopefully i could get some good insight in here:

About 6 years ago (at 14, now am 20) I got an elbow to the nose during a soccer game and since then my nose is not really crooked (i.e the septum looks pretty straight and symmetric with my face), but my nasal bridge is somehow tilted more to the right side (i got the elbow on the left side, pushing my nasal bridge to the right), making it more thick on the right and thinnier on the left. Also, I sometimes have a hard time breathing through my right nostril since the accident.

So the slightly displaced/tilted nose bridge appearance has been bothering me since then, but i do NOT want to change anything to the shape of my nose. What I'm trying to say is that I just want to have my nose straightened back to its original position.

So my question is: Is it possible to have my nose/nasal bridge straightened back to its original position without changing the appearance of the nose? Since we are talking about the nasal bridge, how complicated would it be? Are there different techniques for displacing the nasal bridge?

I hope I'll get some good informative answers, So thanks in advance!

Anthony.


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