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Curved Nose Rhinoplasty

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Curved Nose Rhinoplasty

  • Duration: 1 hr 30 min ~ 2 hr 30 min.
  • Anesthesia: Local (Deep Sleep) Anesthesia
  • Hospitalization: N/A
  • Stitch Removal: 5-7 days after
  • Clinic Visit: 2-3 times
  • Recovery Period: Return to everyday activity after stitch removal

Before & After


What is Curved nose rhinoplasty?

A curved nose is one in which it is curved to one side. Physical ailments such as nasal obstruction, chronic headaches, and other related nasal ailments can occur due to a curved nose. This nose job corrects physical ailments as well as improving aesthetic looks. WONJIN, works in cooperation with an in-house ear, nose, and throat expert to get the best results for all rhinoplasty.

Appropriate for those who

  1. Have a nose that looks off-center
  2. Suffer from nasal related ailments
  3. Have crooked appearing nostrils
  4. Have an implant that has curved or deviated

Curved nose surgical methods

Curved nose correction depends on severity of nasal deviation as well as individual conditions. WONJIN has several different methods to address these issues.

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1. Cartilage, thick skin (=Camouflage method)

The simplest method to correct a slight curved nose involves grafting cartilage or thick skin to the affected area.


2. Nasal bone fracture

Fracturing the nasal bone from both sides to correct the affected area is the most common method


3. Nose tip cartilage

For curved nose tip or columella, the respective parts are corrected with cartilage.


4. Septal cartilage incision

The structure of the nasal septum wall is comprised of bone and cartilage. It can be called the pillar of the nose.Deviations in the septum are the main cause of curved noses. When treating a curved nose, it is essential to check for a deviated nasal septum.


5. Inferior nasal concha correction

Nasal obstruction can occur in a curved nose. The cause is the inferior nasal concha. Through incision or high frequency wave treatment, the area can be reduced, increasing the space in the nose.

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