Category Archives: Septoplasty


Septoplasty: Risks and Recovery

Septoplasty is a procedure that is carried out to fix the issue of a deviated septum, which is a wall made up of cartilage bone. This septum or wall is what divides the nose into two individual nostrils. A deviated septum arises when the septum becomes displaced from its original position. This leads to one…  read more

What to Know about Deviated Septums

A deviated septum occurs when the bone and cartilage inside the nose becomes crooked or misshapen. While a deviated septum can often make a nose look  crooked and unflattering, it can also cause a patient to experience serious breathing problems. So, what exactly causes a deviated septum? In some cases, the patient is actually born…  read more

  • Posted on: Feb 24 2014
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What You Should Know About Septoplasty

Septoplasty is a corrective procedure that straightens the nasal septum — the partition between the two nasal cavities — after it becomes bent or deviated due to trauma or  injury. A deviated or bent septum can create a number of issues, including difficulty breathing. Let’s take a closer look at septoplasty. Septoplasty has several purposes….  read more

  • Posted on: Dec 26 2013
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