Crooked nose is a condition when the nasal bone is misaligned and this usually happens after a trauma. The condition can also be congenital. More than health, the condition has an adverse impact on your overall appearance as nose is one of the most prominent features on your face. In some cases, a crooked nose can also impact the nasal functions and this case, correction of this condition is essential.
HOW IS CROOKED NOSE DIAGNOSED?
The diagnosis of the condition is usually done by the Ear Throat Nose or ENT specialist who will conduct a physical examination with the help of a flash light before carrying out other imaging tests.
HOW IS CROOKED NOSE TREATED?
The most common way to correct a crooked nose is to opt for rhinoplasty which is a surgical correction that involves the surgeon to take in to account a variety of aspects such as balance, proportion and symmetry along with correction of nasal function.
DID YOU KNOW?
Nasal obstruction or rhinitis are common outcomes of a crooked nose.