Yes, rhinoplasty can correct a dorsal hump, which is a bump on the bridge of the nose. This is a common concern for many people seeking rhinoplasty. The procedure to remove a dorsal hump involves reshaping the bone and cartilage on the bridge of the nose to create a smoother, more symmetrical appearance. The specific technique used to remove the dorsal hump will depend on the individual’s unique nasal anatomy and the surgeon’s preference. In some cases, the surgeon may use osteotomy, a technique that involves breaking the nose bones to reshape them. In other cases, the surgeon may use rasping, a technique that involves filing down the hump.