April 29th, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Rhinoplasty | Comments Off on Rhinoplasty Reviews Mandurah: The Easiest Way of Finding the Best RhinoplastySurgeons
The nose is one of the first physical things noticed about a person. So if you find yourself worrying about how others view your nose or about how you, today may be a good time to talk to a rhinoplasty specialist.
Rhinoplasty can truly be a life-changing surgical procedure. A person with an overly large, small or misshapen nose can depend on this surgical procedure and change the way he looks at his facial appearance. Through this procedure, a person can boost his self-esteem and become more confident in the social situation.
Rhinoplasty is second to breast augmentation as the most popular but it is also one of the most complex and intricate types of plastic surgery. The rhinoplasty surgeon that you choose must be very exact because a slight difference of a matter of a millimetre or two could be the difference between a beautiful nose and an ugly result that needs to be redone. Apart from making a person beautiful, nose job can also be used to correct broken nose.
There are a ton of surgeons who offer rhinoplasty especially in the area of Mandurah. Sadly, not all of them are good enough to handle the complex procedures of nose job. So, in order for you to choose the best one, you need to look for reviews. Please visit Rhinoplasty Reviews Mandurah for reviews regarding the rhinoplasty surgeons in the area.
December 24th, 2015 by Avis Efatev in Nasal Problems | Comments Off on Allergic Rhinitis
Allergies can make you sneeze, cough and leave your eyes watery and itchy. Allergic rhinitis is a seasonal or a perennial condition. When diagnosing the disease, doctors will examine the patient physically and check the patient’s family history. This will help determine a course of treatment.
A person who suffers from allergic rhinitis suffers from swollen nasal passages leaving them feeling clogged up and stuffy. Other symptoms may include, sneezing, itchy runny nose, watery eyes and scratchy throat. More severe symptoms include painful ear pressure, fatigue and even nose bleeds.
Allergic rhinitis affects a lot of people around the world. Its symptoms start from childhood to early teens. This issue is more prevalent in young boys, but equally present in adults. Although this is not a life threatening condition, it can aggravate other illnesses and make life uncomfortable.
Luckily there are many ways you can control allergens that can flair an allergic reaction. With a combination of preventatives, most patients can manage their symptoms. On the other hand, some patients are prescribed with medication. While they can be very effective, they also have side effects that might be just as unpleasant as sneezing and coughing. In worse cases, surgery is required.
June 20th, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Nasal Problems | Comments Off on The Nasal Polyps
Nasal polyps in the nasal and sinus passages of many people and they are the most common cause of sinus pressure and pain. People who suffer from chronic sinusitis may have anatomical obstructions in their nasal and sinus cavities, wherein nasal polyps are the usual cause.
Severe inflammation in the nasal cavities can cause polyps to grow. Then, this often results in blockage of the sinus passages and causes in infections. They are rounded and looks like small grapes. They can result to bacterial growth and infection when they block the drainage passageways.
If you would like to learn more about nasal polyps and how you can treat this issue, watch the video below:
June 8th, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Nasal Problems | Comments Off on How to use a neti pot
Colds, allergies and some other common diseases often produce irritating symptoms and difficulty in breathing. You can buy medicines to treat sinusitis or any breathing problem. However, these medicines are pretty expensive and not all of them can give you the results you expect. It seems that the most effective method is using the neti pot.
Most of us already know nasal irrigation is an effective home remedy for many nasal problems. However, do you know how to do this method? Do you know how to use the neti pot? Using a neti pot is very simple many people make a lot of mistakes when they first perform the procedure.
Watch the video below to learn the proper procedure of using the neti pot nasal irrigation:
May 22nd, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Nasal Problems | Comments Off on Natural Relief for Breathing Problems — Buteyko Method
Are you experiencing mouth breathing, hay fever, blocked nose, anxiety, snoring, sleep apnoea, asthma, blood pressure, panic attacks, stress, or depression? Then, you should reduce your dependence to medication and you should try the Buteyko breathing method.
The Buteyko Method was developed in the 1950’s by Russian doctor Konstantin Buteyko. This breathing activity has been taught to people in USSR and Russia who are experiencing some health problems, especially asthma. It is not an asthma cure however, and neither is it designed to replace medical drugs in your asthma treatment. You can only use this method to relieve your asthmatic symptoms, and reduce the dependency on drugs.
Check out the video below to learn more about the Buteyko method:
May 10th, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Nasal Problems | Comments Off on The Deviated Septum Myth
Many people experience sinusitis and most of them have no idea about the cause of their specific sinusitis problem. According to some experts, one of the most common causes of sinusitis is a Deviated Nasal Septum or DNS.
What is a nasal septum? The nasal septum is made up of bone and cartilage running in the middle of the nasal cavity. If we observe the cases of DNS, we will found out the athletes are most common to experience this nasal disorder. That’s because DNS most commonly occurs by trauma to the nose.
To learn more about DNS and some myths associated to it, watch the video below:
May 5th, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Nasal Problems | Comments Off on How Acute Sinusitis Looks Like
The mucosal nasal membrane that can be found located in the nasal cavities. When it inflames and swells, it becomes acute sinusitis. This condition is one of the most painful an annoying experience someone can feel.
When the inflammation disturbs the natural flow of thin and clear mucus as the inflammation, it causes mucus and air to “get stuck” in the nasal cavities. These results to moderate difficulty breathing, having a lessened taste and smell, discharging yellow green mucus and getting cough that seems aggravated at night.
If at any point you get a swollen eye or forehead, headaches or find it difficult to breathe, then you should make sure that you contact a doctor immediately.
To learn how acute sinusitis looks like, watch the video below:
April 30th, 2014 by Avis Efatev in Rhinoplasty | Comments Off on Using Rhinoplasty to Correct Nose Injuries
There are many reasons why an individual gets a rhinoplasty or also known as nose job. This procedure is often associated with aesthetic; best for people who want to change the shape and size of their nose to better suit their face.
However, there’s another purpose for the rhinoplasty operation. Another reason is to fix a defect that inhibits the breathing process. The effects of injury or trauma can also be corrected through reconstructive nose job.
A broken or dislocated nose does not just result to cosmetic issues, but it can also cause breathing problems. Thanks to technology and skilled rhinoplasty surgeons, these nose injuries are no longer a threat to people.
Watch the video below to learn more about the effects of nose job to an injured nose: