Deviated septum repair and rhinoplasty

Will a septoplasty change the shape of my nose?

The answer to this question is “it depends”. In most cases where the septum is deviated inside the nose, with no external deviation, a septoplasty does not change the shape of the nose. However, depending on the location of the deviated septum, a septoplasty may need to be combined with a rhinoplasty to get the best breathing and cosmetic results.

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Ear Molding

What is ear molding?  Often times, newborns can be born with one or two ears that are deformed or misshapen.  Luckily, in most instances the commonest types of deformities can be addressed without any surgery or pain.  To do this we can utilize a technique that is...

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