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About Nasal Deformities and Top Treatments

Find a Permanent Solution to Nasal Deformity Symptoms

Nasal deformities can have a number of physical and psychological symptoms that can range from low self-esteem to difficulty sleeping and chronic fatigue. Injury and congenital conditions can both cause nasal deformity, and nasal deformity symptoms can differ in type and severity between individuals.

The expert surgeons at miVIP are able to use state-of-the-art medical technology and surgical techniques to improve the aesthetic look and the overall functionality of the nose. Poor self-image and physiological problems associated with nasal deformity can both negatively impact patient quality of life. The right surgical procedure can help patients increase their overall psychological and physical well-being.

More Americans Choosing to Surgery to Correct Nasal Deformities

Some deformities are severe enough that surgery is a necessity. For others, however, it is more for cosmetic purposes rather than reconstructive purposes. There have been a number of technological advancements in recent years, making minimally invasive nasal surgery and plastic surgery more attractive than ever before. In fact, rhinoplasty is ranked in the top five cosmetic surgical procedures in the United States. According to the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, photo sharing on social media has spurred a 31 percent increase in elective facial surgeries.

Common Causes of Nasal Deformity

There are various causes associated with nasal deformity. Nasal deformity can be caused in many broad scenarios including:

  • Cleft lips or cleft palates that require corrective surgery at a young age
  • An abnormal mass can grow inside the nasal cavity
  • Deviated septum at birth
  • Facial trauma
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Wegner's Disease
  • Correction from prior nose surgery used to remove malignant cells
  • Fractured nasal bone
  • Hereditary aesthetics and functionality of the nose

Common Nasal Deformity Symptoms

Numerous people that suffer from an aesthetic or functional nasal deformity report the following symptoms:

  • Poor self-image
  • Lack of confidence
  • Decreased ability to smell or taste
  • Difficulty breathing normally
  • Snoring and other problems related to sleep
  • Chronic sinusitis
  • Frequent or severe nosebleeds

Patients can also suffer from different forms of depression due to lack of adequate sleep and low levels of self-esteem. Fortunately, nasal deformity can successfully be treated by the ENT surgeons at miVIP.

Treating Nasal Deformity

Nasal surgery is one of the best ways to treat nasal deformity symptoms. Expert surgeons at miVIP utilize the latest medical technology and surgical techniques to perform the most effective surgical interventions for all patients. Individual patients with individual needs can opt for different types of nasal surgery, such as:

  • Sinus Image-Guided Surgery – can correct deformities that interfere with breathing and proper functioning of the sinuses.
  • Septoplasty – a minimally invasive surgical technique that repositioning the septum.
  • Rhinoplasty – bone, tissue and/or skin are removed from the nose using small incisions.

In some cases, multiple surgical procedures may be recommended to improve both the form and functionality of the nose.

Nasal Surgery Prognosis

Most nasal surgeries do not take long to heal when physician post-operative instructions are followed by the patient. Nasal deformity symptoms are typically eliminated or drastically reduced after patients opt to undergo surgery.

Call the Experts at miVIP

Call our friendly staff at 877-956-2263 to schedule an appointment. Learn more about your options and the advanced surgical techniques offered by miVIP today.

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