Nasal fractures are the most common facial fracture1 and are well known to any nasal surgeon. Although most fractures are easily treated, more severe injuries with bilaterally unstable nasal bones can be challenging to treat and achieve a good long-term outcome.2,3 Management of unstable or floating nasal bones during rhinoplasty can also be an issue if the nasal skeleton is unstable following osteotomies.
Hunter BG, Tasman A. Suspension Technique for Unstable Nasal Bones. JAMA Facial Plast Surg. Published online August 01, 2019. doi:10.1001/jamafacial.2019.0535
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