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Non-Surgical Saddle Nose Repair

Saddle nose has different degrees of severity. Many patients have a severe disintegration of cartilage and complete collapse of the bridge of the nose. For other patients, the indentation is not as pronounced. However, the nose is very important to your appearance. A flat or concave spot along the bridge of the nose can change …
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Saddle Nose and Healthy Breathing

It is clinically proven that breathing through the nose is generally healthier than breathing through the mouth. For some children and adults, chronic nasal conditions lead to the latter becoming the primary method of getting oxygen to the lungs. Excessive mouth breathing typically results from respiratory infections or nasal deformities. While most viral and bacterial …
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Has a Nasal Surgery Left Your Nose Sunken and Misshapen?

The nose is a delicate facial feature that can suffer injury as the result of minimal trauma. Athletes, especially, are susceptible to suffering damage to the nose. However, there are also natural causes of nasal damage such as genetic conditions, infections and skin cancers. What most people do not expect to suffer is the compromise …
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Saddle Nose Repairs are Possible After Surgical Complications

Feeling apprehensive about going through further procedures after surgical complications is understandable. You put your faith in a surgeon to deliver excellent results. When problems occur, it can affect how you feel about trusting another physician. One of the issues that can result from a bad nasal surgery is known as “saddle nose.” This condition …
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Do You Need Saddle Nose Repair After Drug Use?

The mucous membranes in the nasal passages are capable of absorbing substances, including both illicit and prescribed drugs. When in the form of powder or vapor, these drugs are able to pass into the bloodstream through the nostrils. Damage can occur as a result of taking drugs via the nasal passages. This typically happens when …
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What to Know About Dermal Fillers for Saddle Nose Repair

Do you have a saddle nose deformity but are worried about surgery? Non-surgical treatment options like dermal fillers are available for saddle nose repair to enhance your appearance. Here is what you need to know about dermal fillers for saddle nose repair. Saddle Nose Bridge and Tip Enhancement with Dermal Fillers With a saddle nose …
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Sarcoidosis and Saddle Nose Deformity

Sarcoidosis is one of many autoimmune diseases in which the body responds to a substance, often unknown, and begins to attack healthy tissues. Development of saddle nose because of sarcoidosis is not very common, but it does happen on rare occasions. Symptoms of Sarcoidosis There are various symptoms associated with this disease. The manifestation of …
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Saddle Nose Repair New York NY

Saddle Nose and Relapsing Polychondritis

Relapsing polychondritis is a rare disease affecting only 3-4 people in one million. Men and women are affected at the same rate and onset usually occurs between 40-60 years of age. This degenerative condition causes intermittent swelling and inflammation of cartilage. It usually affects the ear, nose and joints, although it can also affect other …
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