Many broken noses heal in time and leave no lasting marks or signs the nose was ever broken. However, this does not always apply. You may have broken your nose and been left with a crooked nose and a scar. Not only will this change the way you look, it can potentially lead to you feeling very self-conscious too. It’s no wonder some people seek broken nose rhinoplasty to try and put right the injury they suffered.
Imagine for a moment suffering a broken nose and going through the pain it causes. Now, imagine further that you end up having to go through broken nose rhinoplasty to straighten your nose and try to repair the damage. This would be quite an experience, and not one you would wish on anybody.
Why might you consider having a broken nose rhinoplasty procedure?
A broken nose isn’t just painful. It causes extensive bruising around the nose and under the eyes. It may also lead to problems inside the nose. The septum can be damaged. Some people end up with problems breathing because one of the nostrils may be partly closed because of the injury they suffered.
There is also the question of feeling self-conscious and upset by people’s reactions to the changed shape of their nose. If this is severe, it may change the way someone approaches their life. As you can see, it is small wonder people do consider this procedure if the injury they suffered was a bad one.
What should you do if you had this procedure and it was a result of an injury caused by someone else?
The best bet is to call Accident Advice Helpline for advice. This is provided with no obligation for you to go ahead with a claim, so you are always in control. Additionally, you can find out if you can claim for the costs of a broken nose rhinoplasty if you have already had one, or need one in the immediate future.
You will likely have lots of questions at this point, and calling 0800 689 0500 to have a chat with one of our expert advisors can help you find the answers. You’re also welcome to use your mobile to call 0333 500 0993 if you prefer. Finding out where you stand and whether you have ample evidence that negligence occurred will help you move forward.
Date Published: February 22, 2017
Author: Rob Steen