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Crooked Nose Correction

What is Crooked Nose? Crooked Nose is asymmetric nose typically characterized by deviation of the bony upper third and/or the cartilaginous lower two thirds of the nose. Deviation is often sinusoid in nature and the tip may or may not be in midline (S-shaped crooked nose deformity). Crooked Nose structural …

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Nasal Hump Correction

Hump Reduction Rhinoplasty Hump Reduction Rhinoplasty procedure is one of the most common causes for rhinoplasty operation. Nasal humps are formed by either cartilage or bone. Nasal Hump Reduction Rhinoplasty is the aesthetic correction or slimming down of the hump. Both the bone and the cartilage must be removed for …

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