Rhinoplasty Is Sometimes Needed to Correct a Structural Issue with the Nose

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As you age, minor changes can occur in the structure of your face and nose. This is even more likely to be an issue if you suffered facial trauma at a younger age and didn’t seek professional treatment. Indeed there have been individuals who broke their nose in rambunctious younger years that were not fully aware of it.

As time goes on, even minor deviations in the structure of your nasal passages can affect respiration and the natural passage of air. This can also be accompanied by cosmetic dissatisfaction with the shape and symmetry of your nose.

Fortunately, the cosmetic surgeons at The Office of Dr. Leon Goldstein can assess the severity of the imperfections and potential deviations with your nose to offer you an effective surgical solution.

In many of these cases, Dr. Leon Goldstein will likely recommend open or closed rhinoplasty to correct the problem. Not only can this restore your natural restoration, it can also give you a more aesthetically pleasing nasal profile.

You will likely need to be deeply sedated for the duration of the rhinoplasty. So, you will need to arrange to have someone drive you home while the sedative effect dissipates.

Dr. Leon Goldstein will provide you with any pertinent aftercare instruction. This might also include prescription anti-inflammatory or pain management medication to help maintain your comfort while the altered tissues heal.

If you live in the Madison, Connecticut, area and you have structural or cosmetic issues with your nose that need corrected you should call 203-245-0350 to set up a rhinoplasty consultation at The Office of Dr. Leon Goldstein.