A hump nose is also called a dorsal hump or condyle and is characterized by a prominent mass at the upper one-third of the nasal bridge. It is shaped like a hump and thus its name. It is primarily caused by an incomplete or excessive connection between the bone and septal cartilage during the development of the nasal bridge and is hereditary in a majority of patients. Moreover, some patients have simultaneous nasal septal warping or nasal bone deviation. In WiSH clinic, hump nose correction is commonly integrated in Korean-style (open) rhinoplasty. Regarding the simple hump prominence, Dr. Chuang employs shaving osteotomy or aggressively corrective lateral osteotomy to pare down the protruding nasal bone or partially resect the cartilage based on the severity of the hump and emplace an nasal implant on the bridge to cover the shaved bone, which makes the nasal bridge present a smooth line and makes it less likely to feel the bone defects. For some patients unwilling to undergo augmentation rhinoplasty, single hump reduction is performed, which generally requires a small intranasal incision and manipulates a particular osteotome to pare down the prominent condyle and achieve the correction.