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revisionrhinoplasty 03-14-2013 12:05 AM

Correct a deviated septum with septoplasty
 
Septoplasty is a surgery which performed on patients to straighten their deviated septum, which is the dividing wall between the nostrils. Some people have a little deviated or off-centred septum, making them wanting to get it corrected for aesthetic reasons. However, if your nose is not creating major issues or health problems then it is not necessary to undergo the surgery. In some cases, it has been seen that a nasal septum which is severely off-centred may lead to a number of health problems. This is when septoplasty comes into picture. Septoplasty New York has become widespread as it has many doctors who expertise in repairing deviated septum.
A serious case of nasal septum deviation can be suspected if you have any of the following symptoms:
Chronic sinusitis: Sinusitis is the swelling of the paranasal sinuses which may lead to other sinus infections. It is a strong indication that you might have a deviated septum. If you have this condition then get detailed information on deviated septum New York by approaching an experienced doctor.
Sleep apnea. It is a life threatening sleeping disorder in which a person unusually stops breathing for a while. The reason is often attributed to the hindrance in the nostrils as the septum deviation cause blockage.
Nasal Congestion: You may always have a congested nose accompanied with sneezing.
Nose Bleeding: In case of severe deviated septum you are likely to experience regular nose bleeds. Notify a doctor immediately and seek treatment as it may require a deviated septum surgery.


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