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Nose Job After

Rhinoplasty and Nasal Surgery

Are you experiencing difficulty breathing through your nose? You may have chronic nasal congestion, a nasal deformity or a deviated septum. Many times over the counter and prescription medications only mask the symptoms without addressing the actual cause. It’s important to see an Ear, Nose and Throat doctor for the correct diagnosis and treatment plan. Depending on your diagnosis, Rhinoplasty, Septoplasty or Advanced Endoscopic Sinus Surgery may be recommended to help you breathe better.

What is Rhinoplasty?

Rhinoplasty, commonly referred to as a “nose job” changes the shape of your nose for cosmetic reasons. This surgery may transform bone, cartilage and skin, and is often combined with nasal surgery. Our board-certified ENT surgeons are experts in shaping and molding your nose to not only make you look your best, but to help you breathe better too.

How will Septoplasty help me to breathe better?

Septoplasty surgery strives to improve nasal breathing by straightening out a deviated septum by removing the excess bone, tissue, and cartilage. In addition to septoplasty, it is often necessary to correct turbinate hypertrophy, which often results from chronic allergies.  Widening the nasal valve may be needed in order to fully open the nasal passages and enhance nasal breathing.

Count on our board-certified Ear, Nose and Throat surgeons to determine the best treatment for you and help you to start breathing and feeling better today. Schedule a consultation today!

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