Open SeptoRhinoplasty to Reconstruct Nasal Bone and Reshape Nose Due to Injury*

Procedure Details

Patients often come to Dr. Sadati after experiencing a traumatic accident that has altered their appearance. This young woman had been in an accident years earlier, and while her nose had healed fully, the shape was no longer the same, and her breathing was compromised. Her features looked blunt, and her nose no longer had an upturned tip. After discussing her options with Dr. Sadati, she decided that septorhinoplasty was the best option because it would allow Dr. Sadati to see the underlying nasal structure fully. This open form of rhinoplasty is the preferred method of most experienced plastic surgeons, and Dr. Sadati’s extensive experience put her at ease with her decision. During the surgery, she was placed under general anesthesia, and Dr. Sadati reconstructed her nasal cartilage and eliminated the protruding hump left by the accident. He then reshaped her nose to have a more delicate, upturned tip. After recovering, she was pleased to look more like her former self, loved that her profile had been restored, and was thankful to be breathing easier.

Septoplasty Surgery

The septoplasty surgery is a medical procedure that is designed to correct a deviated septum. A deviated septum can result in uncomfortable symptoms for the patient, ranging from difficulty sleeping to trouble breathing to excessive snoring. The septoplasty procedure corrects the deviation and ultimately improves the quality of life for the patient. While many people wrongly assume that a rhinoplasty procedure will fix their deviated septum, Dr. Kevin Sadati wants his patients to know that it is only the septoplasty that can provide them with the physical relief that they are seeking.


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*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. All "Before and After" Images are patients of Dr. Sadati. Other Images may contain models. This website is designed for general information only. The information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal medical advice nor the formation of a doctor/patient relationship.