Do you have a long, drooping tip of the nose? If you have one that hangs down in front of your nostrils, this may make breathing difficult. Very narrow nostrils are also a type of nasal obstruction. If either of these issues occur, external nasal valve collapse rhinoplasty may be necessary.
These nasal problems may occur as a result of age, genetics, previous rhinoplasty, or nasal injury. They obstruct the external nasal valves, which are part of what controls airflow in the nose.
Learn more about nasal valve collapse rhinoplasty and its effects on the external and internal nasal valves by contacting our office to set up a consultation. You’ll find out more about the procedure, including post-operative care instructions, from skilled, board-certified plastic surgeons Doctors Burton Sundin and Reps Sundin. Call or email today!