The short nose is a structural deformity that can leave people feeling not only frustrated with their appearance but also managing uncomfortable symptoms. As a facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Kevin Sadati works to address both structural and aesthetic issues during a rhinoplasty procedure. The short nose rhinoplasty presents several unique challenges that must be addressed, as all three levels of the nasal structure are involved in the deformity itself.
About the Short Nose
The short nose gets its name for its appearance. A person with a short nose will typically have a short nasal tip that appears to be pushed in and angled upward. It not only impacts a person’s appearance from the front of his or her face, but also can have a significant impact on a person’s facial profile at the same time. A short nose also may have an over-rotated tip, which can impact the overall shape and profile of the nose. Many people who have a short nose feel self conscious about their appearance, and opt to have a nose job done in order to address their concerns.
Causes of Short Nose
Short nose can be caused by a number of different things. Injury and trauma are the most common cause of the short nose. The nasal structure is fragile, and when people experience trauma right at the sight of their nose it is easy for the structure to collapse and become disfigured. However, there are other causes for this condition. For instance, drug abuse can lead to the short nose condition and some infectious diseases can cause a person to have a short nose.
Short Nose Rhinoplasty
The best way to address the short nose disfigurement is to have a short nose rhinoplasty performed by a facial plastic surgeon. This can be a challenging procedure for even the most advanced surgeon because all levels of the nasal structure are involved. The surgeon must use expert surgical techniques in order to work on the nasal skin, the internal lining of the nose and the structure of the nose itself. When completed with care and precision, the short nose rhinoplasty can dramatically improve a person’s appearance as well as eliminate many of the structural issues and symptoms associated with this condition.
Patients in Newport Beach who have a short nose are not without hope. There are many options available to people who require not just cosmetic improvements but also structural support work. Dr. Kevin Sadati provides patients with a realistic surgical plan that can address any issues they have with their nose and works to improve the nasal appearance at the same time. To find out more information about what Dr. Kevin Sadati can do for you, contact his office today. He looks forward to meeting with you and creating a customized plan of action designed specifically to meet your needs.