Information About Nose Procedures
A rhinoplasty, also called a nose job, is the surgical reconstruction of the nose. Patients often consider rhinoplasty when they've been in an accident or have been displeased with the shape or symmetry of their nose for other reasons.
At the Klausner Institute in New York, NY, rhinoplasty is a procedure in which a surgeon repairs or reshapes the nose. Common motivations for a patient to seek rhinoplasty are to improve respiratory problems or the aesthetic appearance of the nose.
Functional rhinoplasty, skillfully performed by Dr. Lee Ann M. Klausner, addresses both aesthetic concerns and operational issues of the nose.
Lee Ann M. Klausner, M.D. is a board-certified facial plastic surgeon who specializes in procedures for the nose and face, often correcting and improving some of the most complex issues.
A deviated septum occurs when the septum—the thick band of bone and fibrous tissue that divides your two nostrils—is off-center to one or both sides.
Septal Perforation Repair
Septal perforation repair is a specialized and intricate procedure designed to address nasal septum disruptions, relieving symptoms such as chronic dryness, crusting, bleeding, and nasal obstruction.
Nasal Fracture Repair
First of all, ouch! We are sorry to hear you may have broken your nose. Nasal trauma can be excruciating and frustrating, especially if the break causes unwanted deformities or disturbs the symmetry of your face.
Nasal Valve Collapse Treatment
Nasal valve collapse is an obstruction that occurs when the nasal valve is weakened or narrowed. This condition can cause severe nasal congestion, difficulty breathing, and other uncomfortable symptoms.