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Mr. G. had nasal deviation, alar collapse, and a fractured dorsal septum, which created deviation and airway obstruction. A minimal profile reduction was required to remove the fracture along his bridge. Polish Rhinoplasty with advanced septoplasty techniques were used to repair his nose. A right spreader graft, ethmoid bone splinting, PDS plate stabilization of the septum, cephalic trim and a right batten graft, as well as bone straightening provided for a stable and straight nose, with a noticeable improvement in his profile and substantial improvement in his nasal blockage.