This female patient presented after trauma with nasal obstruction from a deviation of the nose and nasal septum. The deviation of the nose resulted in significant blockage of the nasal airway. The so-called boxy – tip deformity also contributed to dysfunction of her nasal valve. Dr. Gassner performed a minimally invasive rhinoplasty procedure to correct the nasal dorsum, the nasal tip and the airway obstruction.
Photo 1: Frontal view of the deviated nose before rhinoplasty
Photo 2: Frontal view of the deviated nose after rhinoplasty
Photo 3: Profile view of the nose before rhinoplasty
Photo 4: Profile view of the nose after rhinoplasty
Photo 5: Close – up frontal view of the deviated nose before rhinoplasty
Photo 6: Close – up frontal view of the deviated nose after rhinoplasty