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As far as I know, no way. Well, purely theoretically, come up with some kind of structure on the head that will constantly push in the right direction. This should work, as in some tribes the neck and head are stretched out in a similar way. Pulling the back of the head was a very common practice earlier, although this was done for children while the shard is plastic. But now, in this way, they only stretch the limbs for alignment, straighten the teeth and correct the bite, etc., but no one straightens the nose like that. There is still an option: to break the nose in the right direction, so that it later grows together in the right way. But the result, you know, is not predictable in any way, so this is only at the risk of the experimenter. In addition, it hurts a lot, and most likely then you will have to do the operation. Moreover, the restoration of a broken nose is not plastic, but the restoration of its patency. Plastic surgery is done separately. So, alas: only a plastic surgeon has a more or less guaranteed result, but it is also not 100%. I walk like this with a slightly twisted nose (either from birth, or from a treacherous blow boot in childhood), and it seems to be nothing. If you have problems not only of a purely external nature, that is, the nose also suffers from obstruction, then such an operation can be done for free. The need for surgery can only be determined by an ENT doctor. The septum will be put in place, the passages will be cleaned, but outwardly the nose will not change. Some clinics perform such operations on an outpatient basis, that is, there is no need to lie in the hospital: after a few hours they are released, although it still takes more than a day to heal.