A deviated nose is a nose with twist-either in the upper, middle, or tip of the nose. It is one of the most difficult problems to address through rhinoplasty and can persist after a original rhinoplasty or a revision rhinoplasty. It can even be introduced through a rhinoplasty or revision rhinoplasty procedure. A frequent cause of a pre-existing deviation is crooked nasal bones. When the problem is introduced through surgery, it is sometimes because the efforts to remove a bump or other issue cause bones to shift. The techniques to address deviations vary widely depending on where the twist occurs and all the details are highly technical. If your problem involves a deviation in the nose, please discuss it with Dr. Rawnsley one-on-one, for an expert analysis of your particular situation and the best approach to address it.