Nasal Obstruction Correction

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Nasal Obstruction Correction Newport Beach, CA

Nasal obstruction correction surgery is a medical procedure that treats breathing problems involving nasal air passages. Because of genetics or injury, such as nasal bone fracture, some patients may experience impeded nasal airflow. Frequently, asymmetrical nasal passages or structural flaws can lead to blockage. In some instances, patients may also need partial removal of enlarged tissues, or turbinates, to improve the airway. These nasal obstructions can lead to several adverse health conditions, including nosebleeds, headaches, sinus infections, and worsening of allergies and breathing problems.

As a leading nasal obstruction surgeon in the Orange County and Newport Beach areas, Dr. Ali Sajjadian lends his exceptional surgical skills and extensive experience to nasal obstruction correction procedures. Once healed, patients often achieve improved health and a better quality of life. Fill out our online form or call (949) 515-0550 to learn more.

What is Nasal Obstruction Correction?

Prior to the procedure, Dr. Sajjadian meets with all of his nasal obstruction correction patients to thoroughly evaluate their initial condition and determine the best course of action to treat their unique concerns. Nasal obstruction correction procedures may include septoplasty, turbinate removal, correction of nasal fracture or deviated septum, or a combination of these procedures.

During the procedure, Dr. Sajjadian creates small incisions within the nostrils or across the skin between the nostrils called the columella. Next, he gently straightens a deviated septum and/or surgically extracts enlarged nasal tissues to improve nasal air flow. If needed, he also corrects nasal fractures that have healed in a deviated position. Once the nasal passages have been cleared, Dr. Sajjadian closes the incisions and dresses the nose with gauze.

Nasal obstruction correction typically takes one hour to complete, with most patients able to return home after the procedure. Following nasal obstruction correction, patients may experience slight bruising on the nose, upper lip and eye area that subsides within a few days. Dr. Sajjadian recommends elevating the head and applying ice packs to the nose to minimize bruising and swelling. He also suggests patients administer nasal irrigation sprays several times a day once nasal dressings are removed to promote a healthy recovery.

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Excellence in Rhinoplasty

As a triple board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Sajjadian has helped thousands of patients reach their aesthetic goals using the most advanced techniques and upholding the highest quality of patient care. Voted as one of “America’s Top Physicians”, Dr. Sajjadian takes pride in educating his patients and achieving natural results.

What Happens During the Nasal Obstruction Correction Procedure?

Dr. Sajjadian performs nasal obstruction correction within his state-of-the-art cosmetic surgery surgical offices that are fully equipped with some of the most sophisticated technologies available. In many instances, nasal obstruction correction costs are covered by the patient’s medical health insurance company. Dr. Sajjadian works with patients and their health care providers to help all patients obtain the necessary procedures they need to obtain optimal health..

Prior to every procedure, Dr. Sajjadian meets with patients on a one-on-one basis to understand their health condition and carefully evaluate their nasal structure and anatomy. With this information, he devises a personalized treatment plan that will improve patients’ breathing and overall health.
An expert in rhinoplasty, Dr. Sajjadian holds board certification with three prestigious medical boards. He also holds extensive education, training and experience in nose cosmetic surgery, as well as reconstructive surgery, which he lends to his nasal obstruction correction patients.

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Why Choose Dr. Sajjadian for Nasal Obstruction Correction?

Dr. Sajjadian holds unique expertise and extensive experience in nose surgery that few cosmetic surgeons possess. In recognition of his outstanding surgical record, he has earned a reputation as a leading nose surgery specialist. To learn more about Dr. Sajjadian and nasal obstruction correction, please contact his office to schedule a consultation.

In order to help all of his patients realize their nose reshaping goals, Dr. Sajjadian offers an extensive array of advanced procedures. Over the years, he has helped numerous rhinoplasty and rhinoplasty revision patients enhance their facial appearance, and he has also become renowned as a foremost ethnic rhinoplasty expert. Please visit the respective pages to learn more about these procedures or call our office at (949) 515-0550 to learn more.

Nasal Obstruction Surgery FAQs

Most common causes include septal deviation, turbinate enlargement, nasal valve dysfunction or congenital hereditary issues.

Patients with nasal obstruction or anatomical airflow blockage who don’t suffer from chronic inflammatory nasal conditions or have a stable medical history may be suitable candidates for this surgery. Specific bleeding disorders or autoimmune conditions can disqualify you.

At Dr. Sajjadian’s discretion, patients on blood-thinning medications may have to wait before surgery.

During your confidential nasal surgery consultation, Dr. Sajjadian will thoroughly examine the contributing factors to your nasal obstruction and discuss what options to correct any anatomic blockages are available. In addition, he will answer your questions and address your concerns.

Insurance typically covers nasal obstruction surgeries because they serve a medical purpose, but call your insurance company to double-check. In addition, some health insurance providers may require a pre-authorization for the surgery.

Alarplasty is a cosmetic procedure that adjusts nasal shape. It is popular with people who want to reduce nasal flaring and improve nose symmetry. Dr. Sajjadian removes a small section of skin from the nose wing to make the nose look narrower.