One of the more common types of reconstructive nose work that I perform relates to correction of the crooked nose deformity. A crooked nose implies an asymmetric alignment of the bridge as seen from the front view. This is most often a result of prior trauma to the nose. Unfortunately, a crooked nose is something that can be quite distracting to other people because it throws your facial symmetry off by so much with the nose being the centerpiece of the face. In addition, a crooked nose can cause big problems with breathing through the nose because of the changes that occur inside of the nose as well. For these reasons, many patients seek to have correction of a crooked nose deformity using rhinoplasty technique. This latest case study on San Diego’s authoritative guide to nose surgery – SanDiegoRhinoplasty.com focuses on a patient who suffered an injury to the nose and desired surgical correction to make the nose straighter. We hope you enjoy the discussion and it benefits anyone considering reconstructive rhinoplasty surgery to fix a crooked nose.