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Is it possible to fix asymmetry of the nasal bones?

Q:

I am a transgender woman, male to female. I have had several surgeries in my youth to correct a deviated septum and make my nose smaller. Something that had always bothered me was what appeared to be a raised area to the right of my nose. No doctors have given me any hope about a possible fix. Is it permanent or is there a procedure that could even out the bones? One side feels significantly thicker and I can't breathe as well. I am incredibly uncomfortable having it. Thanks.

A:

It is very difficult to answer your question without at least good pictures and most importantly a physical examination. Bone can be remodeled, but you had had several rhinoplasties, and would need in person examination and thorough discussion and review of your medical records  to see what was done in the past.

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