Nasal fracture is the commonest fracture of the facial bones. Fracture can occur following low velocity injury like a fall or following a high velocity injury such as a road traffic accident. It may occur in isolation or may be associated with other fractures of the face such as the cheekbone. With nose fractures, generally there may be some bleeding from either or both nostrils. The bleeding generally stops by itself. The patient may notice that the nose is crooked, swollen or bruised. Breathing may be impaired as well as the fractures may have obstructed one or both of the nasal passages. Because of the injury and swelling, the degree or severity of the nasal deviation is generally difficult to appreciate in the acute/early stage.