The video clip shows an young girl having deviation of nasal pyramid due to badly deviated septum, after doing septoplasty, the external deformity is gone as you can see in the pictures below. The girl is getting married in 2 months time and she was insisting a Rhinoplasty but the post op edema problems may last 6-12 months, she agreed to get the septoplasty first and may be Rhinoplasty later. Luckily she got what she want, a perfect straight nose after a simple septoplasty.
Septoplasty is a surgery performed to correct a deviated septum. The septum is the piece of cartilage that separates one side of the nose from the other. Normally, the septum is straight. When it is crooked, it is termed a deviated septum. A deviated septum can block the nasal passage and contribute to symptoms of nasal obstruction. Also it can cause deviation of the external nasal pyramid.
If deviated septum is the main factor in the deformity of the nose, and if septoplasty is done correctly, this can improve the appearance of the external nasal pyramid. Correction of a deviated septum with a septoplasy involves making an incision on the inside of the nose. The skin covering the septum is lifted off the cartilage and the deviated setpum (intranasal part only) is either removed or reshaped and re implanted to make the breathing passages more open and to make the nasal pyramid straight.
Rhinoplasty is a purely cosmetic procedure and it is a major surgical procedure.
Post op Pictures after sutures removed: