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I want to repair a nasal deformity. My nostrils are asymmetrical and a portion of soft bone and tissue is absent from the left nostril. No doctor I have seen is able to help me. One suggested I use makeup but this area of my face is sensitive and makeup here causes allergic reactions. Can anyone help me?
I found Dr. Der-Sarkissian and he restored my breathing and looks. I had developed a breathing obstructon and he fixed everything. He was patient with me and very kind. In addition, I am so pleased with the results from both a health standard and from a physical standard.
Last edited by suzettep on Sat Sep 24, 2011 4:18 am, edited 1 time in total.
"The potential for correction of an asymmetry of the nostrils depends on the anatomical defect and aesthetic goals" .. and FULLY dependent upon a surgeon's aesthetic abilities.
So make sure you look at a doctor's before and after pictures both from first time rhinoplasties to the reconstructions. Medical schools don't look at a student's aesthetic abilities as part of the admissions process unlike a top art or architecture school that does.
As a result many doctors who become plastic surgeons are great surgeons ad doctors but lack the aesthetic abilities, so make sure you look at before and after pictures and do your research!
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