Rhinoplasty before and after, frontal
This patient presented with the inability to breath from both sides of his nose. He also wanted his severely crooked nose corrected from an old sports injury. He was found to have a badly deviated septum blocking both sides of his nose and a crooked nose from an old nasal fracture. He was also noted to have collapse of the walls of his nose upon inspiration. He underwent a septoplasty and an open rhinoplasty to address both his crooked nose and deviated septum. He had grafts from his septum cartilage along the walls of his nose to prevent collapse of the walls upon inspiration.
- Anthony Bared, M.D., F.A.C.S.
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