Examination revealed a noticeable depression in the right anterior maxillary region, which caused the right nostril to be depressed. He also had a flattened nasal bridge and a hypertrophic scar on his lip.
The depression in his right anterior maxilla was addressed using bone grafts harvested at the time of surgery. A costal graft was then utilized to augment the bridge of his nose. This was followed by a lip scar revision surgery as well as a Weir excision for left alar base correction.
This resulted in a symmetrical nasal form and he was very happy with the results of the surgery. He profusely thanked the surgical team before final discharge from the hospital.