High Quality Surgery Video of Nose Job Rhinoplasty and Deviated Septum
Jun25

High Quality Surgery Video of Nose Job Rhinoplasty and Deviated Septum

I was amazed at the very high quality nose job (Rhinoplasty and Deviated Septum) and video done by Dr Laith Barnouti and I wanted to share with you a range of pictures of key points during the surgery and, of course, the video itself. So let’s begin: Starting the Surgery Resection of septal cartilage Nasal bone reshaping This is pretty amazing, he is literally just hitting with the “hammer” 🙂 Removal of nasal bone...

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What Are The Risks Associated With Laser Blepharoplasty
Aug02

What Are The Risks Associated With Laser Blepharoplasty

Laser Blepharoplasty – A Step Towards Attractive Eyes Puffy eye bags is that problem which is ruining the beauty of eyes. Day by day, the number of people affecting by these ugly looking puffy eye bags is increasing with a great speed and at that time, everyone is looking at technology and medical inventions. In such medical inventions for eye bags solution, laser blepharoplasty is one of the quickest relief provider solutions of...

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Causes of Nasal Scarring
Jul22

Causes of Nasal Scarring

There are a lot of possible causes of nasal scarring. However, all possible causes of nasal scarring have something to do with an injury to the nose. In severe cases of nasal scarring, it can cause symptoms that can affect a person’s normal breathing pattern and nasal scarring can also affect a person’s olfactory senses or worse, there will be a total loss of the olfactory sense. Good thing about nasal scarring is that it can be...

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How to Recover from Nose Surgery Quickly
Jul16

How to Recover from Nose Surgery Quickly

There are a lot of different factors that can make a person a candidate for nose surgery. Deviated septum can be one of the most common factors for deviated septum surgery or septoplasty or even rhinoplasty. Rhinoplasty is one type of nose surgery that is done to insert a transplant to the nose, which can improve its nose shape. Rhinoplasty is one nose surgery that is usually done for cosmetic purposes. After undergoing a nose...

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Getting Back Into Shape after Deviated Septum Surgery
Jul02

Getting Back Into Shape after Deviated Septum Surgery

Deviated septum surgery is not recommended for all cases of deviated septum. More than half of all people suffering from deviated septum are asymptomatic and they usually do not know that they are already suffering from deviated septum. Deviated septum surgery is also called septoplasty will only be needed if the deviated septum causes symptoms, such as difficulty breathing through the nose, recurrent nasal infections, ear infections,...

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Exercising Post Deviated Septum Surgery
Jun29

Exercising Post Deviated Septum Surgery

Deviated septum surgery, also known as septoplasty is a surgical procedure that is done to correct a deviated septum. Deviated septum is a condition in which the nasal septum (thin cartilage separating the left and right nostrils equally) is deviated into the one side of the nose, making one nostril narrower than the other. Usually, deviated septum does not require any surgical corrections, since it does not cause any signs and...

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Side Effects of Deviated Septum Surgery
May17

Side Effects of Deviated Septum Surgery

Deviated septum is the medical term referring to a shift of the nasal septum from the center position (cartilage the separates the right and left nostril). There are times that a deviated septum does not cause symptoms that can affect a person’s daily life, however, there are also times that a deviated septum needs to be treated, since it can cause problems to the daily life, such as sleep apnea and difficulty in breathing through the...

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Anaesthesia Risks in Septoplasty
Dec14

Anaesthesia Risks in Septoplasty

Anaesthesia risks in septoplasty while uncommon are present.In this article I will try to give you knowledge on the various risks of anaesthesia. Septoplasty is a surgery done in order to remove any deviation of the nasal septum. Since septoplasty is a major open surgery, it comes with its own set of risks. But not many people known that the anaesthesia used in surgery can also cause problems. Before understanding the risks of...

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Headaches After Deviated Septum Surgery
Nov20

Headaches After Deviated Septum Surgery

A deviated septum can cause the following: Nose bleeds Snoring Recurring sinus infections & Severe nasal congestion Today deviated septum surgery or septoplasty is the only permanent cure currently available if you suffer from a deviated septum. The surgery will take only a few hours followed by a few weeks in recovery. Septoplasty & Headaches During septoplasty, your surgeon will cut off and remove the deviated part of your...

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Deviated Septum Laser Surgery| The Future of Deviated Septum Surgery?
Nov08

Deviated Septum Laser Surgery| The Future of Deviated Septum Surgery?

In this article I will be giving information on deviated septum laser surgery. A deviated septum is a medical condition, where your nasal septum will get deviated either due to trauma or other reasons. This shift from the central midline based on severity will cause various problems such as: Nose bleeds Recurring sinus infections Severe nasal congestion If you visit an ENT specialist, the doctor will advise you to undergo septoplasty....

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Septorhinoplasty Procedure, Uses & Recovery
Nov05

Septorhinoplasty Procedure, Uses & Recovery

A Septorhinoplasty will allow you to both cure your deviated septum and simultaneously improve the aesthetics of your nose. If you suffer from a deviated septum, based on severity of the condition, it will cause many problems such as: Nose bleeds Recurring sinus problems Snoring Severe congestion When you visit a doctor, he or she will suggest a septoplasty as a permanent cure for it. Rather than select this option, you have another...

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Do’s & Don’ts of Septorhinoplasty
Nov02

Do’s & Don’ts of Septorhinoplasty

Septorhinoplasty is a surgical procedure where both the inside and outside of your nose will be changed. During this procedure, firstly any deviation of the septum inside the nose will be cleared. Next the outside appearance of your nose will also be changed to make it more appealing to the eye. Do’s after Septorhinoplasty After a septorhinoplasty, make sure to do the following: Make sure to walk, sit and stand in an erect and...

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Deviated Septum Surgery | Septoplasty Recovery
Oct30

Deviated Septum Surgery | Septoplasty Recovery

If you are planning on undergoing deviated septum surgery and are wondering about the septoplasty recovery after the surgery, then read on. Deviated septum surgery or septoplasty is an operation done to correct any deviation of your nasal septum. Like any surgery, septoplasty has its share of risks. The procedure usually costs around 1500$-2000$. But first, some basic points on the deviated septum. What is a Deviated Septum? A...

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Rhinoplasty and a Deviated Septum
Sep09

Rhinoplasty and a Deviated Septum

  If you suffer from a deviated septum and you want to change the shape of your nose, your doctor would have suggested a combination of septoplasty and rhinoplasty i.e. septorhinoplasty. Septoplasty will cut the deviated part of the septum and fix it to the right position; rhinoplasty on the other hand will change the overall look of your nose and make it more appealing. Rhinoplasty & Its Types Rhinoplasty is a surgery which...

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The Positives and Negatives of Deviated Septum Surgery
Sep03

The Positives and Negatives of Deviated Septum Surgery

  If you have to undergo or are planning to undergo a septoplasty for your deviated septum, then I am sure that you will be interested in knowing the positives and the negatives of the surgery before undergoing the procedure. First I will discuss the positives of the surgery, and then follow it up with the negatives. Positives of a Deviated Septum Surgery: Firstly after the surgery, you will be able to breathe more freely. You...

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Septoplasty Aftercare and Risks Involved
Aug27

Septoplasty Aftercare and Risks Involved

If you suffer from a deviated septum, your ENT specialist would have suggested a septoplasty. If you are going to undergo this procedure in the near future, you may be wondering on the necessary after care of the surgery and risks involved. This article will elaborate on the above two issues. Surgery Aftercare After your septoplasty, you will usually be sent home on the same day itself or in certain cases, the next day morning. The...

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The Different Surgical Treatments for a Deviated Septum
Aug24

The Different Surgical Treatments for a Deviated Septum

If you suffer from a septal deviation, which causes a recurring congestion or sinus infection then your ENT physician will recommend an operation known as septoplasty to cure it. This procedure will straighten the deviated septum to restore normal breathing and flow of mucus. This procedure, performed under general anesthesia will usually take one to two hours. Types of Septoplasty There are two techniques which can be used to perform...

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Deviated Septum-Cure, Risks Involved
Aug18

Deviated Septum-Cure, Risks Involved

If you suffer from a deviated septum, your doctor would have suggested a septoplasty as a treatment. Septoplasty is officially defined as the surgery to correct any problems related with the nasal septum which is the wall inside the nose which separates the nostrils. Description of Septoplasty: The surgery will take about an hour or two to complete. First general anesthesia will be administered. Next the surgeon will make a cut inside...

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Septoplasty Surgery Instructions
Aug08

Septoplasty Surgery Instructions

What is a Septoplasty? A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to correct a deviated (or crooked) septum. The nasal septum is the separating wall between the two nostrils. This is made up of cartilage and bone. A septoplasty is recommended to fix a deformed septum or to correct irregular air flow often times caused by a deviated septum. A deviated septum can make it difficult to breathe through your nose and can contribute to sinus...

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What is the post-operative recovery like after septal surgery?

The pain is minimal after septal surgery.  You are given a prescription for strong pain medication but likely will need it only in the first 24 hours.  After that, you may use extra strength Tylenol.  You may have some headache and the inside of the nose may feel a little sore.  What people complain about most is nasal congestion.  You will have swelling inside the nose and may feel very stuffy for the first week.  Salt water rinses...

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