Nasal Fracture Gallery
This young woman had a traumatic fall during a mountain climbing incident which resulted in a nasal fracture and multiple lacerations around her eyelids. She underwent a closed reduction of her nasal fracture and conservative (non-surgical) treatment of her scars. In less than a year following the accident she looks amazing.
This young man with a previous history of nasal trauma was looking to improve his nasal airway, as well as to address his nose’s crookedness and obtain better tip definition at the same time. We performed open approach surgery on him using his own nasal cartilages. The result was taken one year post-op.
Five years after an unsuccessful primary operation, this beautiful lady presented herself for a revision rhinoplasty surgery. We used cadaveric rib cartilage to avoid making an incision on her chest and applied multiple grafts to restructure her nasal valves and tip. She is already thrilled with the results at two months after the surgery.
Comfort & Transparency From Start To Finish
When under the care of Dr. Sedgh, you will feel comfortable, cared for, and you will understand every aspect of your upcoming treatment, whether surgical or non-surgical. His approach to facial enhancement is to achieve a refreshed, natural look – with transparency, honesty, and the highest level of ethical treatment, from start to finish.