Nose Surgery Fracturing Nasal Bone - Closed Rhinoplasty

Jim Mutter
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  • Add to The upper portion of the nose, which is made of bone, is commonly reshaped in rhinoplasty procedures. To narrow the nose, a surgeon must move the bones closer together. If a hump is removed from the bridge of your nose, your nose will most likely require narrowing as well. To correct a crooked nose, the bones must be realigned in a straight fashion. Narrowing and straightening the nose are both accomplished in a controlled manner by making osteotomies in the bone. Video produced by SPORE Medical,