Question:My nose is slightly crooked, and I would like to have it straightened. I have heard of surgeons who “push” bones to straighten them after surgery. Is this a possibility for me? Or does it only work after the surgery because the bone is not healed, and is manoeuvrable for a limited amount of time?
Answer: Once a bone is healed, whether it is in the nose or elsewhere in the body, it cannot be moved by pushing. However, your crooked nose can be straightened with rhinoplasty, which will lead to the nose being broke and reset to a position that is ultimately appealing. Good luck, and I hope this helped.