The human nose is a complex part of the anatomy with many interdependent elements. When something goes wrong, other parts of the nose are often affected, as is the overall functionality.
Trauma or surgery issues can cause a weakening of parts of the nose, leading to a nasal valve collapse. If this has happened to you, it’s advised that you consider a rhinoplasty.
Before the nasal valve collapse rhinoplasty procedure, either general anesthesia or local anesthesia will be administered. This choice will be made long before the procedure, during the consultation with your plastic surgeon. The two of you will discuss the pros and cons of each option and then make an informed decision.
Make an appointment for a nasal valve collapse consultation by contacting our office. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Mark Mofid has the rhinoplasty skills and experience needed to give you results you’ll love. And soon enough, you’ll be able to breathe through your nose without any issues!