Deviated Septum Surgery Information and Recovery Time
May22

Deviated Septum Surgery Information and Recovery Time

Deviated septum is a common nasal problem with a deviation or shift of the nasal septum (comprises of 2 bones and a cartilage separating the right nostril from the left nostril). In deviated septum, the nasal septum looks crooked and is not completely located centrally. Deviated septum may be a congenital disorder and is present at birth, or it may be acquired later in life. Sometimes, new born babies can get deviated septum due to...

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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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