This young and active man had two nasal surgeries following a car accident trauma and had major issues with breathing at rest and exercise due to the resulted saddle nose deformity. He underwent a revision septorhinoplasty with application of multiple grafts including composite grafts of his right ear. On his five-year follow up he reported that the surgery changed his quality of life.
This lady had a previous rhinoplasty in the old era of this surgery with the typical “over-respected” nose giving her both functional and cosmetic issues. She underwent a revision procedure employing her own residual septal cartilages with no need for external grafts and the result has been a solid improvement of both form and function for her.
This lady has had multiple nasal surgeries in the past, which resulted in both cosmetic and functional problems for her. She underwent revision rhinoplasty with application of temporalis fascia and multiple cartilage grafts. Her progress has been followed by our practice for more than four years, with steady results that truly impacted her quality of life, in her own words.
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.
20 years ago, this gentleman had rhinoplasty to remove his dorsal hump. The operation resulted in some nasal obstruction and cosmetic issues. He underwent revision rhinoplasty with rib graft application, chin augmentation using silicon implants, and neck liposuction. The results, which are only two weeks after surgery, already show a major transformation.
Seven years ago, this lady had rhinoplasty that resulted in septal perforation and an overly resected and pinched nose. The pictures were taken three months after revision rhinoplasty and septal perforation repair, where we applied cadaveric rib cartilage (to avoid making an incision on her chest) and temporalis fascia from her left temple. The surgery has brought her nose’s natural beauty back and improved her nasal breathing complaints at the same time.
I don’t think it is an overstatement to say that Dr. Sedgh was a godsend to me for his willingness to do surgery on my nose when several notable surgeons refused to take on the task of correcting the damage that three previous surgeries had done. Dr. Sedgh clearly has an artistic eye as well as a very professional ability at nose surgery. He has earned my trust and respect.
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