Surgeon: Dr. Thomas Hubbard
This Hampton Virginia woman in her sixties had some obstruction of her left nasal airway, crookedness, and she was not pleased with her profile. Through advanced rhinoplasty techniques, including a variety of grafts, her nose was straightened significantly. Her breathing was improved as well. It is not always necessary to break the bones to fix a crooked nose. Her bones did not need to be moved and therefore were not broken. Straightening in the nasal bone area was accomplished with grafts. Notice the creases above her nostrils on both sides that were softened with a graft called extended alar contour grafts.
Case Number: 638