Septal Perforation repair with revision rhinoplasty

The most common cause of a septal perforation is previous nasal surgery with or without rhinoplasty. Patients who see me for revision rhinoplasty may require a septal perforation repair at the same time.

Depending on the size of the perforation, it may be possible…

Balloon sinus surgery

Patients who have recurrent sinus infections and are seeking sinus surgery in addition to rhinoplasty or sinus surgery alone may have heard of balloon sinuplasty or balloon sinus surgery. This is where a small balloon is used to fracture the small thin bone at the opening between the…

Rhinoplasty for the crooked nose

Rhinoplasty for a crooked nose is one of the more difficult noses to fix. This is due to multiple reasons. One is if there are facial asymmetries. It is difficult to create a perfectly straight nose on a face that is not symmetric. 97% of us have facial asymmetries so we can only get so straight.

Additionally, cartilage has memory. If the nose is perfectly straight on the operating table…

Rhinoplasty and turbinate reduction

During rhinoplasty, a turbinate reduction is frequently performed at the same time. The turbinates are structures that moisten the air as it passes through the nose.…