22, Nose bone increase. What do I do? (Photo)
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Breathing issues after rhinoplasty
Difficulty breathing nasal obstruction
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Nose bone increase. What do I do?
It seems like you have nasal obstruction, either from turbinate hypertrophy or septal deviation. You would benefit from an examination to determine the cause of your obstruction. Then an appropriate treatment plan can be formulated.
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