JW’s deviated nose surgery (i.e. deviated septum) creates a beautiful nose shape and improves breathing by realigning the septum.
In order to relieve the symptoms of nasal septum deviation such as nasal obstruction, rhinitis, and headaches, JW Plastic Surgery Hospital plans a surgical procedure, keeping in consideration each individual patient’s facial structure and conditions. Through plastic nose surgery, we improve the shape of the deviated nose and as well as its functions.
The camouflage method is a simple procedure that corrects a slightly deviated nose through cartilage grafting or dermis grafting. Most cases are corrected with simple procedures.
Corrective rhinoplasty is recommended to those who have a seriously deviated nose when different parts are misaligned.
In this case, deviated nose correction is not limited to septum correction. To perform corrective rhinoplasty on a deviated nose, several diagnostic and corrective procedures should be performed at the same time.
In-depth examination through a three-dimensional CT analysis
Before the surgery, we conduct a precise and in-depth examination of the patient’s nasal structure with a 3D-CT analysis on the nasal bones, the shape, conditions, and size of nasal soft tissues for safe and accurate operation.
In the case of congenital nasal septum deviation or if the bones and cartilages were bent by external injuries, a deviated nose should be corrected for both aesthetic reasons and functional improvements, such as breathing.
Inferior turbinate hypertrophy may cause nasal obstruction and rhinoplasty can help treat such cases.
When using septal nasal cartilages for rhinoplasty, we analyze the sizes and shapes of septal nasal cartilages accurately for precise surgical planning.
After analyzing the size and shape of nasal bones if the size needs to be corrected, nasal osteotomy may be performed during the rhinoplasty procedure.
*A 3D-CT analysis may not be required depending on your physician’s opinion.