Endoscopic Sinus Surgery is a surgical procedure using surgical telescopes, working through the nostril without incisions, to widen the natural openings …..
Not all fractures of the nose need to be surgically repaired. The decision about whether and how best to correct a broken nose is based mainly on the external appearance and the internal function of the nose.
Many nasal fractures can be simply repaired without the need for any internal or external incisions—the bones are simply “pushed” back into their normal position and held in palce with a splint on the outside of the nose and sometimes with temporary packing inside the nose.
It is very important to remember that if a fracture is to be repaired, it needs to be performed within 14 days of the trauma.
Meet Our Nose Specialists
Dana B. Gibbs, M.D.
A Texas native and Arlington resident since 1976. She attended Texas A & M University, receiving her Bachelor in Biochemistry before getting her MD at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Read More
Chris T. Lee, M.D.
Dr. Chris Lee is a native of Arlington and a graduate of Lamar High School. He attended Abilene Christian University, where he graduated Co-Valedictorian. He attended Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. Read More
Rene M. Pena, Jr., M.D.
Attended Texas A & M University graduating Cum Laude in 2000. He then attended Texas Tech University in Lubbock to receive his Doctorate of Medicine in 2004. Read More
Tyler W. Scoresby, M.D.
Attended Brigham Young University on the Trustees Scholarship where he graduated with honors in 2000. Dr. Scoresby then attended the University Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas... Read More
Stuart N. Thomas, M.D.
Attended University of Texas at Austin on National Merit Scholarship, graduating Magna Cum Laude, 1985, before attending University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas. Read More