One of the things that functional nasal breathing procedures can accomplish is a way to internally function as Breathe right strips in a way- Breathe right strips can help keep the nasal passages open on the surface and internally can be helped with “spreader” grafts….
I have heard from patients who routinely use Breathe-right strips (those nasal strips that athletes also sometimes wear) that following functional nasal airway procedures for breathing that the feeling that one has afterwards is similar to “having a Breathe-right strip on all the time” which is great to hear!
The usual course of swelling after rhinoplasty takes up to a year for all the swelling to resolve. Most of the swelling goes away in the first few months, and the remainder of swelling decreases gradually following this- however, there are certain topical creams that can be used to help with swelling for the skin […]
“Belles of the Brawl 2” boxing charity event taking place at Royale Nightclub, located at 279 Tremont St in Boston on Thursday, October 2, 2014. It is a charity featuring local amateur boxing training and events at several cities across the country- It is headed by my colleague Andrew Myerson and has raised over […]
Just presented at the Los Angeles Society of Plastic Surgeons annual meeting; it was a great meeting and very informative! One topic that was discussed was medical 3D printing and its future- a technology was much potential! Also the latest thoughts on safe tummy-tuck / abdominoplasty procedures and body contouring procedures..
A new study was recently published out of Boston this month regarding the potential benefits of exercise with prevention of breast cancer: http://bit.ly/1tmwDXx
Cartilage is most commonly borrowed from the nasal septum, which is inside the nose and separates the right and left nasal passageways. The cartilage is used to add support to an area in the nose, or in other cases help provide a functional benefit with improving breathing
Most plastic surgeons who operate regularly on the nose would say that swelling can last up to a year, with most of the swelling most prominent in the first few months. I tell patients that the swelling is most prominent in the first 2 months and gradually goes down for the remainder of the year…. […]
One study states that there is no link: June 30, 2014, European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, found no association between fertility drugs are breast, ovarian or uterine cancer, in a 30 year timeframe and approximately 12,000 patients…