Posted on October 31, 2015 in Rhinoplasty
Over the course of a lifetime, it is entirely possible that a person will incur a nasal trauma that leads to a nasal fracture. After a nasal fracture, broken nose correction is necessary.
Visiting our office within three hours of nasal trauma is ideal for broken nose correction. During this time window, the cartilage and nasal bones may not have healed into their incorrect alignment yet. A closed reduction can often be performed, where the nose is reset to a proper position. This will not require any incisions.
To find out more about broken nose correction, arrange a visit by contacting our office.
Double-board-certified surgeon Dr. Evan Ransom specializes in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is the perfect choice for addressing nasal issues.