Rhinoplasty

Nasal Polyp Surgery

Nasal Polyp Surgery

What are nasal polyps? Nasal polyps are teardrop-shaped swellings that develop in the lining of the nose and paranasal sinuses (air-filled spaces, located inside the skull and facial bones and linked to the nasal cavities). They are non-cancerous growths. Polyps vary in size. They are […]

25 September 2016 Rhinoplasty Dr. Koohestani
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Secondary and Reconstructive Rhinoplasty

Secondary and Reconstructive Rhinoplasty

Reconstructive Rhinoplasty A secondary and reconstructive rhinoplasty is a nasal corrective surgery, which is performed to restore both the form and the function of a nose after a previous surgery. Reconstructive surgery is considered a specialized field in plastic surgery. Common complications that require reconstructive […]

24 September 2016 Rhinoplasty Dr. Koohestani
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Rhinoplasty for Patients with Thick Skin

Rhinoplasty for Patients with Thick Skin

What is a nose with thick skin? Nasal structure comprises of subcutaneous skin, cartilage and bone. Two third of the lower part is cartilage and one third of the upper part is bone. Some of the patients who have large nasal tips assume that they […]

23 September 2016 Rhinoplasty Dr. Koohestani
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Best Candidate for Rhinoplasty

Best Candidate for Rhinoplasty

Best Candidate for Rhinoplasty When we look in the mirror, we feel good when we like what we see. But if there is one part in our face that we don’t like, even if everything else is fine, it makes us hate the way we […]

22 September 2016 Rhinoplasty Dr. Koohestani
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