Wednesday, September 13

Why my nose bleeds frequently?

My earliest memory when I first noticed blood streaming down my nose was when I was studying 3rd Std.

I did not notice it at all because there was no pain associated with it. One of the class mates started screaming when he saw the blood on my shirt.

I do not remember now who gave the first aid, but I remember that someone applied wet cloth on my nose and asked me to tilt up my head to stem the flow.

I experienced it again a dozen times after that before my parents took me to a doctor.
One look at my face and he declared that I have a deviated nasal septum (DNS).

I did not know what it meant, but I told him my nose bled when the temperature is very hot outside, or when someone squeezed my nose playfully or whenever I ate very hot food.

Anyway, it happens occasionally now; I am not too concerned as I am accustomed to it by now.

But now after all these years, I think I should have undertaken a rhinoplasty. This idea struck me when I was doing a research on Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery which linked me further to rhinoplasty Toronto.

That’s how I found out about Dr.David Ellis, an exceptional board certified cosmetic surgeon in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

Patients from all over the world seek his assistance for their requirements for such cosmetic surgeries like facelift, forehead lift, midface elevation, rhinoplasty, and chin and cheek augmentation.

Dr.David Ellis also offers less-invasive rejuvenation procedures like Botox and other injectable fillers, photodynamic therapy, treatment with radiofrequency and laser technology, lifting of the jowls, neck and cheek mounds using delicate threading sutures, needle liposuction, S-lifts and neck lifts.

Dr. Ellis’s envious credentials are:
He is a member of:
*The Canadian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery;
*The American Academy of Facial Plastic& Re-constructive Surgery;
*The Canadian Society of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery;
*The American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery;
*The Canadian Medical Association and the Ontario Medical Association.
*He is also President of the Canadian Academy of Facial Plastic and Re-constructive Surgery, as well as the Canadian delegate to the International Federation of Facial Plastic Surgical Societies (IFFPSS).
*Dr. Ellis is also a Professor at the Department of Otolaryngology, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Oh, this list goes on, no wonder he is called the surgeon’s advisor.

1 comment:

  1. rhinoplasty
    will do good in the field of cosmetic surgery.As shaping or reshaping up of nose will add different and better look to the face.
    This will definitely improve one's look with well suited nose structure .

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