Tag Archives: Nasal Function



Revision Rhinoplasty Specialist

Published: December 16, 2009

Revision rhinoplasty can be very frustrating for patients. Dr. Pearlman conducted a comprehensive study on why patients seek revision rhinoplasty; the first study of it’s kind. The top patient concerns are tip asymmetry, difficulty breathing and a crooked nose.



Revision Rhinoplasty

Published: September 7, 2007

Revision rhinoplasty is my specialty. I am often called on to reshape noses that are “pinched” or deformed from previous surgery or traumatic injury. Many times I will also revise noses that are too narrow or collapsed from trauma or just plain old do not function well. My background is in Ear, Nose and Throat … Continue reading Revision Rhinoplasty