Category Archives: Septoplasty



What Is Septoplasty?

Published: August 21, 2018

For many people, dealing with a deviated septum creates numerous problems that can lead to nasal obstruction, sleep apnea, excessive snoring, and other breathing complications that can have a severe impact on an individual’s quality of life. Restrictions on breathing can lead to serious health hazards such as increased blood pressure, a stronger likelihood of … Continue reading What Is Septoplasty?



Deviated Septum Surgery

Published: June 29, 2017

If you regularly have trouble breathing through your nose, it could be more than allergies. You could have a deviated septum, which is the most common cause of chronic nasal obstruction. Functional nasal surgery, formally called “septoplasty,” can straighten out a deviated septum to create more open nasal airways so that you can breathe more … Continue reading Deviated Septum Surgery



Do I Need Septoplasty or Rhinoplasty?

Published: September 16, 2016

When most people think of nose surgery, they are thinking of rhinoplasty, which is a surgical procedure that can improve the appearance of the nose. Another lesser-known nose surgery is septoplasty, which is a surgical procedure that can improve functionality (i.e., breathing) of the nose. These two nose surgeries can produce highly satisfying results and may even … Continue reading Do I Need Septoplasty or Rhinoplasty?