4 Types of Sinusitis
Nov18

4 Types of Sinusitis

Sinusitis, without regards to what type of sinusitis it is, the medical condition is very common that affects more than 37 million people in the United States per year and it even costs around $5.7 billion. Despite how common sinusitis is, there are still plenty of people who misunderstood and do not know how to properly manage the problem. As a matter of fact, many people who are suffering from sinusitis think that they are suffering...

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Natural Cures for Nasal Blockage
Nov03

Natural Cures for Nasal Blockage

There are a lot of different reasons for nasal blockage. Treatments or remedies for nasal blockage will greatly depend on the exact causative factor. There are 2 major types of treatments for nasal blockage, the medical treatment and the surgical treatment. When your nasal blockage is in need to undergo surgical treatment just for your nasal breathing to improve, then most likely, the cause of your nasal blockage is a deviated septum...

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Cures for Nasal Blockage
Oct29

Cures for Nasal Blockage

Nasal blockage can be caused by many different causative factors. Depending on the exact cause of the nasal blockage, treatment modalities or therapies will differ, may it be surgical treatments or medical treatments. When surgical treatment for nasal blockage, one of the most common causes is deviated septum. Deviated septum is a medical condition wherein there is an anatomical abnormality in the nasal septum (thin cartilage...

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External Nasal Valve Collapse and Functional Rhinoplasty
Oct19

External Nasal Valve Collapse and Functional Rhinoplasty

Functional rhinoplasty is one of the many several different types of rhinoplasty. The main and primary purpose why functional rhinoplasty will be performed is to reconstruct the anatomical structure of the nose to improve nasal breathing. Functional rhinoplasty is not done with a cosmetic purpose but for health purposes. Not all people are candidates to undergo functional rhinoplasty. Functional rhinoplasty will be indicated if the...

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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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Septoplasty And The Voice – Does Septum Surgery Change Your Voice
Sep10

Septoplasty And The Voice – Does Septum Surgery Change Your Voice

Septoplasty _ A Certain Procedure To Correct Deviated Septum Those who are seeking a definite solution to correct issues of deviated septum should opt to septoplasty. It is a certain procedure that involves thorough surgery by which surgeons straighten the septum of the nasal. The nasal septum can get disfigured or damaged due to any accident or sometimes, any illness can also cause it. So, it is a common nasal disorder which involves...

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Deviated Septum And Running
Aug29

Deviated Septum And Running

Deviated Septum – An Obstacle In Running The deviated septum is a problem that affects one’s breathing due to the internal nasal disorder. Usually, the person who has deviated septum learns the presence of this disorder very late because initially, it does not cause any serious issues in regular life. But as it increases, it starts causing severe issues like heavy breathing, sleeping issues, nose bleeding, cold and cough, inflammation...

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Can A Deviated Septum Cause Headaches
Aug17

Can A Deviated Septum Cause Headaches

Deviated Septum & Headaches Deviated septum which is a nasal disorder and it is said that 4 out of 5 people are suffering from this problem today. Many patients of deviated septum have made statement that they have got headaches due to their septum disorder. To learn the intensity of this issue, you must understand what septum exactly is and the meaning of deviated septum. So, septum is called to the partition within left and...

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Can a Deviated Septum Cause a Lung Infection
Aug14

Can a Deviated Septum Cause a Lung Infection

Thorough Information On Deviated Septum The deviated septum and nasal septum both are same. The problem occurs in nose and the main reason that cause septum disorder is an accident or any environmental infection. The bone inside the nose is called septum which detaches the sides of nasal cavity. There are several elements around this bone that cover septum naming bendable cartilage, skin and mucus membrane. All of them jointly make...

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How Nasal Breathing Is Helpful In Minor Deviated Septum
Jul13

How Nasal Breathing Is Helpful In Minor Deviated Septum

Beware Of The Complexities Of Deviated Septum Deviated septum can become very complex if you do not adhere to the proper treatment at the right time. It not only blocks your free airway passage but also gives rise to many diseases such as migraines, sinus, severe headaches and vomiting. When you become aware of the deviated nasal septum, try to follow what your ENT prescribes you. In many cases, the complexity of misaligned nasal...

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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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Are Alternative Surgical Methods For A Deviated Septum Effective
Jul01

Are Alternative Surgical Methods For A Deviated Septum Effective

Deviated Septum – Do You Really Need To Undergo A Surgery Deviated septum is a major problem that has affected quiet a number of people nowadays. From celebrities to common people, getting a deviated nasal septum fixed is becoming quiet common. The surgery procedure has advanced and  which was thought to be a very difficult surgical process in the past can now be done very easily and efficiently. A misalignment of the nasal septum is...

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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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Signs and Symptoms of a Broken Nose
Jun23

Signs and Symptoms of a Broken Nose

One of the most common facial fractures is a broken nose or nasal fracture. Nasal fracture can be caused by a physical trauma to the face, which may be due to physical fights, vehicular accidents, from contact sports, and other situations that can hit the face or nose hard. A broken nose will really hurt and it will usually bleed and swell. However, not all signs and symptoms of a broken nose or nasal fracture can appear immediately....

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Can A Deviated Septum Affect The Sound Of Your Voice
Jun13

Can A Deviated Septum Affect The Sound Of Your Voice

To Learn Affects, Get Proper Understanding About Deviated Septum Deviated septum is a condition in which the septum gets off-centered and being disfigured, it produces several nasal complications. This defection is a result of varied causes in which sometimes, it constitutes from birth, sometimes, any injury causes this problem and so on. Mainly, this problem can be sorted out with a surgery only.  It accompanies several effects that...

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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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Weight Loss to Improve Deviated Septum Symptoms
Jun07

Weight Loss to Improve Deviated Septum Symptoms

According to Mayo Clinic website, deviated septum is a medical condition that is characterized by a displacement of the nasal septum (thin wall that separates the left nostril from the ride) to one side. Normally, the nasal septum is centrally located in the nose, which can separate both sides of the nostrils equally. However, in people with deviated septum, the nasal septum becomes crooked, making the passage of one side of the...

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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 Do You Know If You Have a Deviated Septum?
May28

How Do You Know If You Have a Deviated Septum?

A deviated septum is a medical term referred to a displacement of the nasal septum (thin wall between the right nostril and left nostril) to one side. Ideally, the nasal septum separates both nostrils equally. However, in deviated septum, one nasal passage or nostril is smaller than the other side. People with Deviated Septum There are no symptoms in many cases of deviated septum. In fact, there are a lot of people suffering from...

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