Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) November 22, 2013
The benign tumor, known as Rhinophyma, grew hideously large over time and caused years of daily ridicule and bullying. When Dr. Sadati heard Sarah's story, he was inspired to offer this young woman help that would change her life. Sarah's complete surgical journey and post-operative appearance can be viewed on Monday! On Monday 11/25/13 the award winning CBS TV show The Doctors will broadcast for the first time an amazing surgical story about facial plastic surgeon Dr. Kevin Sadati.
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Following Sarah's college graduation, the tumor on her nose was controlled by medication; however, soon medications were no longer enough to suppress the growth of the mass on her face. She was not able to join the work force due to her condition, and a lack of money and medical insurance prevented Sarah from receiving effective medical treatment.
Sarah used to work as a swimming instructor-coach, which she had always loved. When her nasal mass began growing larger and more disfiguring, the children that she had always been close to were now afraid of her. Even parents were hesitant to have their kids enroll in her classes. Bullied by both children and adults, Sarah could no longer continue working at her job. The teaching she had always loved had now became daily torture for her.
Before Sarah's surgery, she said, "Working with children, it's been very difficult. It's been hard to explain to them as well as their parents what's going on with my face and my nose."
Furthermore, the mass on Sarah's nose was interfering with her health in many ways - from breathing problems and sleep apnea to excessive fatigue and weight gain. Along with the physical challenges she dealt with, th
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