A fractured nose often has consequences that are not merely aesthetic, but functional as well. In cases such as these, rhinoplasty can help. If the fracture has had a detrimental effect not only on the nasal bone but on the nasal septum or cartilage as well, a serious impairment of nasal breathing may result. Left untreated, a fractured nose may heal improperly, leaving you with a permanent deformity. An increase in the incidence of respiratory tract infections is also frequently observed following a fracture. Snoring is another potential result of a fractured nose.
Dr Hundt, as a specialist in rhinoplasty, can aesthetically and functionally restore the nose by correcting the position of the nasal septum and repairing the damage to surrounding tissues. In every case, regardless of whether the nose has been fractured or has simply grown asymmetrically on its own, those who turn to Dr Hundt for help always find themselves in extremely capable hands.