How to Get Insurance Cover for Rhinoplasty
Feb19

How to Get Insurance Cover for Rhinoplasty

Rhionoplasty, which is also known as a nose job is a kind of surgery executed to change the nose appearance. There are ample components that plays a vital role in proper nose shape and it is not compulsory that they are always perfect. Sometimes you need to alter them in some ways, such as width, length or tip of your nose. A proper nose shape can be easily achieved through Rhinoplasty. This surgery can change the nasal profile of an...

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Can Chronic Sinusitis Cause Depression
Nov25

Can Chronic Sinusitis Cause Depression

Depression – A Dangerous Sinus Complication After going through a several sinusitis cases and patients’ history, several astonishing factors and sinus complications have come to light. After learning the severity of sinus complications, it is learnt that how critical chronic sinusitis actually is. Depression is one of the most dangerous sinus complications. The problem of depression completely exists in the head. The reason for the...

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Nasal Blockage and Deviated Septum
Oct23

Nasal Blockage and Deviated Septum

Not all people realize how important it is to normally breathe through the nose. Many people realize the importance of normal nasal breathing only when they will suffer from nasal obstruction. There are several possible causes for nasal obstruction, which can then cause mild nasal obstruction to severe nasal obstruction. The treatment or remedy for the nasal obstruction will greatly depend on the causative factor of the condition. ...

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Risks and Benefits of Functional Rhinoplasty
Sep28

Risks and Benefits of Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional rhinoplasty is a specific type of rhinoplasty done to improve the patient’s breathing pattern through the nose and get rid of symptoms brought about abnormalities in the anatomical features of the nose. Most of the time, functional rhinoplasty is done to patients complaining of nasal obstruction due to deviated septum. If a patient has a deviated septum, septoplasty (surgery to fix a deviated septum) is done together with...

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How is Functional Rhinoplasty Performed?
Sep25

How is Functional Rhinoplasty Performed?

There are several different types of rhinoplasty, when it comes to how the rhinoplasty procedure is performed and what is the main purpose and goal of the rhinoplasty procedure. There is one type of rhinoplasty that is specifically done to help the patient improve his or her breathing patterns, due to a nasal obstruction caused by a deviated septum, trauma to the nose, injury to the nose, etc. The type of rhinoplasty I am referring to...

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Functional Rhinoplasty
Sep20

Functional Rhinoplasty

Rhinoplasty has 2 different purposes, for cosmetic purposes and for functional purposes. In functional rhinoplasty, rhinoplasty is done to help the patient breathe better. There are some cases of functional rhinoplasty that do not involve changing the shape and appearance of the external area of the nose. Functional rhinoplasty may only require doing some changes in the internal structures of the nose to help the patient breathe...

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Sleep Apnea Due To A Deviated Septum
Aug23

Sleep Apnea Due To A Deviated Septum

Deviated Septum Can Cause Sleep Apnea As per the study of Otolaryngology American Academy, around 80% people suffer from deviated septum. The center nose bone is called as septum which segregates two nostrils of the nose. When deviated septum occurs, the septum gets off –center or sometimes crooked. In many deviated septum cases, the issue remains unnoticed as it does not show any particular symptom. However, the consequences of f...

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Deviated Septum Surgery and Turbinate Reduction
Jul08

Deviated Septum Surgery and Turbinate Reduction

The most effective treatment to correct a deviated septum is septoplasty which is also known as deviated septum surgery. Not all cases of deviated septum are required to undergo septoplasty. Only those cases that cause breathing problems and other symptoms, such as nosebleeds, recurrent nasal infections, ear infections, headaches, nasal congestion, and nasal tenderness. Deviated septum is a condition in which the nasal septum (thin...

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Symptoms of Deviated Septum and Sleep Apnea
Jun11

Symptoms of Deviated Septum and Sleep Apnea

According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, approximately 80% of the whole population is suffering or have a deviated septum. However, not everyone in the said 80% know that they are suffering from deviated septum, not unless they will exhibit or experience various signs and symptoms. Deviated septum is a condition wherein the nasal septum (cartilage separating the right nostril from the left nostril equally) is displaced to...

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If You Have A Sinus Infection Can You Still Use Sinucleanse
May29

If You Have A Sinus Infection Can You Still Use Sinucleanse

What is Deviated Septum? Basically, deviated septum is referred to a condition wherein nasal septum like cartilage and bone which divide the cavity of the nose nasal from half gets crooked or becomes off center that create breathing problem. Mostly such patients have imbalanced breathing passages which causes difficulty in breathing to them. Some medical research has found that around 80 percent individuals have some kind of nasal...

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How to Understand the Signs & Diagnose a Deviated Septum
Sep18

How to Understand the Signs & Diagnose a Deviated Septum

  The symptoms which you may notice due to a deviated septum occur because of the direct and indirect effects on the proper nasal function because of the deviation. First some background information on the types of deviated septum’s which are present. Classification of Deviated Septum’s Impaction: This condition is marked by an angulation of the nasal septum, this occurs with a spur which is in contact with the lateral wall....

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