If the bones of the bridge of your nose are too prominent and the cartilage area between them is sunken, you may have an inverted V nasal malformation. This can be fixed with the help of rhinoplasty.rhino_stock_6

An inverted V malformation pushes the upper lateral cartilages closer to the septum. When these are closer than they should be, the breathing path, called the nasal valve, becomes too thin. This causes a person to have problems with breathing.

Clear your breathing path with the help of board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Farhad Rafizadeh, a skilled practitioner serving the Morristown area. Dr. Rafizadeh will perform rhinoplasty to correct the inverted V malformation and make breathing easier. Set up a consultation by contacting our office.