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Our nose is something that we look at in the mirror every day, and it also performs a number of critical functions involving our ability to smell and breathe. Whether you are dealing with an injury, infection, or irritation affecting the nasal and sinus cavities, or you simply want to change the aesthetic appearance of your nose, we are here to help. Norelle’s nose and sinus surgeons are experienced at performing nasal surgery procedures to fix injuries or deformities such as broken nose, deviated septum, or septal perforation. We also have expertise in a variety of surgeries to address infections like sinusitis and chronic rhinitis.

When performing cosmetic surgeries such as rhinoplasty, we always begin with a detailed consultation to get a clear understanding of your concerns and expectations so that we can give you the best possible results. Our nasal surgeons also have experience in revision rhinoplasty to correct a previous procedure which has had complications or an undesired outcome.

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Nasal Valve Collapse

“Nasal valves” are areas in the nose that are narrow and cause difficulties in breathing. There are 2 nasal valves,...

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Deviated Septum

The cartilage and bone between the two nostrils that divides the inside of the nose into a left and right...

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Nasal Fractures

What we normally call a “Broken Nose” is a crack or fracture to one or both of the nasal bones....

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Nasal Polyps

A nasal polyp is a small, typically benign, teardrop-shaped growth on the lining of the sinus cavity or nasal passages....

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Septal Perforation

The nasal septum is made up of several bones and cartilage in the front that divides the right and left...

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Fungal Sinus Infection

The most common causes of sinus infections are linked to viral and bacterial infections. However, a fungal sinus infection differs in...

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Acute Sinusitis

Sinusitis is a condition that affects 15 to 40 people per year out of every thousand. Generally speaking, “sinusitis” means...

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Chronic Rhinitis

Chronic Rhinitis refers to a chronically runny or dripping nose. It is typically related to inflammation of the internal lining...

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Turbinate Hypertrophy

Turbinates are two spongy curled bones that protrude into the nasal passages. They are located bilaterally on both sides of...

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Balloon Sinuplasty (Balloon Sinus Surgery)

The balloon sinuplasty surgery is one of the latest tools to open sinuses along with the FESS or functional endoscopic sinus surgery.

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Nostril Reduction

Large nostrils or a wide nasal base can compromise an otherwise attractive nose. Fortunately, even conservative removal of the excess...

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Alar Batten Grafts

An alar batten graft is a thin, oval-shaped graft, typically made of cartilage used to treat an external nasal valve collapse.

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Chronic Sinusitis Surgery

Sinusitis can also be referred to as rhinosinusitis. It occurs when the paranasal sinuses become inflamed.

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Acute Sinusitis Surgery

Sinusitis is an infection or inflammation of the mucous membranes inside the nose and facial sinuses (as depicted in the...

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Stereotactic Image Guided Surgery

Sinusitis is the infection of the mucosa inside the nasal cavities and facial sinuses. When the narrow sinus passageways become...

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Vidian Neurectomy

The vidian nerve is a nerve that controls secretions of the eye and the nose. It is sometimes overstimulated and...

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The turbinates are the bony structures on either side of the nose. The turbinates are covered with soft erectile tissue...

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About one in eight people suffer from breathing difficulties caused by physical obstruction inside of the nose. This can be...

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Dr. Moustafa Mourad

Moustafa Mourad, MD, FACS is double board-certified in Head and Neck Surgery and Facial Plastic Surgery and Reconstruction. He is...

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Travel and location are a big part of the care process. We’re here where you need us.

5th Ave

923 5th Ave
Suite 1A
New York, NY, 10021

Phone: 212-444-8006
Fax: 212-444-8016

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Patient Experiences

Dr. Mourad and his team are excellent. My case required a complex rhinoplasty due to prior MOHS resections which left me with a sunken in bridge. He outlined all the...
Very nice staff, office and Dr. Great experience. Would highly recommend.
Dr. Mourad is as good as it gets from a personable bedside manner to performing a successful and stress free surgery. He made me feel well prepared and taken care...