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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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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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Aneurysm Repair

A brain aneurysm is an abnormal bulge in the wall of an artery in the brain. A brain aneurysm repairis surgery...

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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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Blepharoplasty

Blepharoplasty, or eyelid surgery, can make you look years younger by reducing the appearance of wrinkles, skin laxity and puffiness...

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Breathing and Sinus: Education and Treatment

It is important to understand the functions behind your breathing and sinuses. This section will teach you about the anatomy...

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Browlift

A brow lift refers to the repositioning of the eyebrow and is sometimes referred to as a forehead lift, forehead...

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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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Cranioplasty

Cranioplasty refers to a reconstructive procedure performed to repair cranial defects (holes in the skull). These procedures are performed to...

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CSF Leak Surgery

Cerebrospinal fluid also called CSF (spinal or brain fluid) is a clear liquid that surrounds the delicate structures of the...

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Defects and Deformities

Dr. Mourad’s advanced, extensive training and broad experience has led him to become expert in many of the most complex...

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Ectropion Surgery

Ectropion is a condition where the lower eyelid droops or turns away from the eye itself. The eyelid can appear...

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Eyelid Surgery

Eyelid surgery can make you look years younger by reducing the appearance of wrinkles, skin laxity and puffiness around the...

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Facelift

With a facelift or rhytidectomy, you can look years younger by reducing the appearance of wrinkles and lines, sun damage,...

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Free Flaps

Primary closure is the simplest type of reconstruction and involves simply bringing the edges of a wound together. This can...

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Free Grafts

Free grafting is a process in which tissue used for repairs of holes and defects is obtained from a different...

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Functional Rhinoplasty

Medical terms used for nasal surgery can be confusing. For instance, a “rhinoplasty” is the same as a “nose job”...

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Gracilis free flap

A gracilis free flap or gracilis free tissue transfer is a muscle transplant surgery, where a muscle from the inner...

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Head and Neck Reconstruction

Any time the skin, muscle, bone or organs of the head and neck need to be repaired this is called...

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Hypoglossal to facial nerve transfer

The hypoglossal to facial nerve transfer can significantly improve facial tone and eye closure in select patients with facial paralysis.

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Lower Eyelid Retraction Surgery

Lower eyelid retraction is a condition where the eyelid sits too low on the eye. Normally, the lower eyelid sits...

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Masseter to facial nerve transfer

The masseter to facial nerve transfer or trigeminal nerve transfer can significantly improve smile in select patients with facial paralysis.

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Mohs Reconstruction

Mohs surgery is a commonly performed procedure that involves removing cancer from the skin. The surgery is performed by removing...

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Nasal Septal Perforation Surgery

The nasal septum is the wall that divides your nose into left and right nasal airway passages. The nasal septum...

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Nerve transplants and cross-face grafting

Nerve transplants are surgeries where a nerve is transferred form one body site to another. In facial paralysis surgery, patients...

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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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Parathyroid Surgery

The parathyroid glands are four little round glands that sit in the neck surrounding the thyroid gland. These glands are...

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Ptosis Surgery

Ptosis refers to a “droopy” upper eyelid. This droopiness can become so heavy that it blocks your vision. This happens...

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Revision Rhinoplasty

Revision rhinoplasty refers to an operation on a nose that has been previously subjected to surgical changes.

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Revision Sinus Surgery

Approximately 16% of the population suffers from at least one sinus infection per year. Many who have recurrent acute sinusitis...

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Rhinoplasty (Functional and Aesthetic)

Rhinoplasty, or nose job, refers to the surgical reshaping of internal and external nasal structures either to restore breathing, alter...

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Risks and Complications of Sinus Surgery

All surgeries will have risks and potential complications and Sinus Surgery is no different. Understanding the umbrella term “Sinus Surgery”...

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Septoplasty

We have all heard about the “deviated nasal septum” but what exactly is it? Should every nasal septum be completely...

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Septorhinoplasty

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

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Sinus Surgery Recovery

When recovering from any form of sinus surgery, it is important to follow your aftercare instructions very carefully.

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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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Thyroid Surgery

Thyroid surgery is a procedure that involves removing part of all of your thyroid gland. The thyroid gland consists of two...

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Turbinoplasty

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

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Upper Eyelid Weight Surgery

Loss of the ability to completely or partially close the eyelid may occur in many types of facial paralysis. The...

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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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What is Sinus Surgery?

Sinuses are spaces in the skull that are lined with tissue (mucosa) that warms, humidifies and purifies the air that...

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