Thank you for the helpful information and the referral. I have already made an appointment, and if you don’t mind, I would like to keep you informed about my progress.
I also would like to address the new invention that you created to keep air passages open during nasal surgery. I think that it is brilliant and long overdue. In the 70’s I had an automobile accident that necessitated having my nose reconstructed and extensive back surgery. The worst part of that time was that I couldn’t breathe due to the packing in my nose. Sure, I was in agony over the back, but my worst memory was not being able to breathe. Immediately after my release from the hospital, I was told that I would have to have my nose redone to open up my air passage that was compromised due to the pull of scar tissue. I refused to go through the procedure because of the aspect of not being able to breathe. Now, you show me your invention, and I am thoroughly impressed. I am definitely considering having my nose redone, and I am only considering it because of your invention. What a difference the procedure would make to anyone anticipating rhinoplasty! You have truly revolutionized the Plastic Surgery Industry.