This is an 18 years old patient with a history of an old nasal trauma. The patient is concerned about his nasal deviation and his dorsal hump. On examination, the nose shows a bony deviation to the left (the right nasal bone displaced inwards and the left nasal bone displaced outwards), together with a large bonycartilaginous hump. Dr. Foda performed a rhinoplasty which included bilateral osteotomies (cuts in nasal bones) to bring back the bones to a more central position. Additionally, the dorsal hump was removed.