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An Historical Perspective on Saddle Nose

Saddle nose is a condition in which the bridge of the nose has collapsed, causing a loss of height and giving it a sunken look. The main cause of this condition is trauma to the nose, although there are other causes as well. This includes medical conditions like leprosy, congenital syphilis and relapsing polychondritis to …
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3 Tips for Faster Saddle Nose Repair Recovery

Individuals suffering from saddle nose often undergo rhinoplasty to restore their appearance. After the procedure, you can expect to spend a few weeks recovering. Your body will need time to heal from swelling and bruising that occur with the surgical procedure. There are things you can do to help speed up healing for less discomfort. …
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Three Sporting Disciplines That Can Lead to Saddle Nose Deformity

Most sports come with the risk of injury, many of which can leave athletes out of action indefinitely. When considering these injuries, the limbs immediately come to mind. However, damage to the nose can also put an end to a promising career. Strenuous sporting activity involves effective breathing. If you are unable to take in …
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What to Know About Saddle Nose Surgery

Nose deformities can affect your appearance and self-confidence. If your nose has a scooped-out look, you may benefit from saddle nose surgery. There are many causes for this deformity that can be treated with surgical correction. Here’s what to know about the saddle nose surgery process. Saddle Nose Consultation Before you can have saddle nose …
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Rhinoplasty For Men New York, NY

Saddle Nose Repair For Men

The nose is a prominent feature of the face that creates balance and attractiveness. When people are unhappy with the appearance of their nose, their ego and self-confidence may suffer. Men often feel incredibly self-conscious about their facial appearance in the workplace and socially. Because men tend to have a larger nose, if a man’s …
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Why Your Nose Is Important To Your Face

Of course, when it comes to the importance of your nose, the most significant role that it plays in helping you breathe. The nose is a primary part of the body’s respiratory system that inhales oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide. The nose also contributes to other vital functions such as smelling, tasting, and hearing. However, …
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Infection-Related Saddle Nose Deformities

Saddle nose is a deformity in the nose that is characterized by the abnormality in the appearance of the nose. Because the bridge of the nose is collapsed, the nose looks as though it has caved in. A saddle nose can give a person a very unwanted appearance since the nose is the central feature …
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Saddle Nose At Birth

Most often, a saddle nose deformity is associated with trauma to the nose. A direct hit to the nose during a car accident, a fall, or in boxing can cause the nose to become deformed. However, congenital malformations are also known causes of saddle nose. Congenital syphilis is syphilis that is present in utero and …
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Saddle Nose Caused by Traumatic Injury

People face the risk of injury on a daily basis. Some injuries are self-inflicted, some are caused by people intentionally putting themselves in harm’s way, and some are caused by accident. Any damage to the face is a very personal injury. People recognize you by your appearance, and when people think about you, it is …
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