The Telltale Signs of a Bad Nose Job
Jun09

The Telltale Signs of a Bad Nose Job

How would you identify if you had a bad nose job? Rhinoplasty is the third most sought after cosmetic surgeries after liposuction and breast enhancement. It is also one of the most difficult surgeries to perform; even to best among the business are known to have up to 5 to 6 percent revision rates on a nose jobs. There may be number of factors considered for a bad nose job. Common Characteristics Determine a Bad Nose Job. Bad...

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What Is Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Dec27

What Is Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Endoscopic sinus surgery is a process that is used for removing sinus blockages by which sinusitis occurs. This surgery is also referred as sinoscopy or endoscopy. Sinusitis is a nasal condition that makes sinuses clogged and swollen and causes intense pain, discomfort and uneasy breathing to a sinusitis patient. For performing endoscopic sinus surgery, a small, light weight and thin tool named endoscope is...

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Acute Sinusitis Symptoms
Nov28

Acute Sinusitis Symptoms

Sinusitis is the inflammation of the sinus, usually in the maxillary sinuses or the sinuses located in the cheekbone. Sinuses are the air-filled spaces found within the cheekbone and the forehead that will normally produce little amounts of mucus that drains through small channels into the nose. The most common cause for sinusitis is infection, either bacterial infection or viral infection. Viral infection can first cause the...

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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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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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3 Types of Rhinoplasties
Jul19

3 Types of Rhinoplasties

Rhinoplasty also know as nose job is a type of nose surgery that is done to correct the shape and other undesirable abnormal nose’s profile, which can be caused by a deviated septum, nose injury, and many more. However, the most common reasons why a person wants to get a rhinoplasty are because of cosmetic purposes. In rhinoplasty, there are generally two different types when it comes to the way on how the incisions are made, the...

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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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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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