Septoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to correct a deviated septum. The septum is the thin wall of cartilage and bone that separates the two nostrils in the nose. When the septum is crooked or deviated, it can obstruct airflow and cause various nasal problems.

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Septoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to correct a deviated Nasal septum. The septum is the wall of cartilage and bone that divides the nasal cavity into two halves. When the septum is deviated and obstruct the nasal cavity, it can cause breathing difficulties and other nasal issues. Septoplasty aims to straighten the septum and improve nasal airflow.

Septoplasty is typically performed under general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation. The surgeon makes an incision inside the nose to access the septum. They then reshape or remove the deviated portion of the septum and reposition it in the center of the nose. In some cases, additional techniques such as cartilage grafting may be used to provide support. The incisions are closed with dissolvable sutures.

The duration of the surgery varies depending on the complexity of the case, but it usually takes around one to two hours.

After septoplasty, you can expect some swelling, bruising, and nasal congestion. Nasal packing or splints may be placed inside the nose to support the septum during healing. Pain medication and saline nasal sprays are often prescribed to manage discomfort and keep the nasal passages moist. The recovery period typically lasts one to two weeks, during which you may need to avoid strenuous activities, blowing your nose forcefully, and wearing glasses that rest on the bridge of your nose.

As with any surgical procedure, septoplasty carries some risks. These can include bleeding, infection, nasal septal perforation (a hole in the septum), changes in nasal shape or size, scarring, persistent nasal obstruction, and changes in sense of smell. However, serious complications are relatively rare.

Septoplasty aims to improve nasal airflow and alleviate breathing difficulties caused by a deviated septum. While the procedure can provide significant relief, it may not completely cure all nasal issues. Other factors, such as allergies or nasal polyps, can also affect nasal breathing. Your surgeon will evaluate your specific condition and provide appropriate recommendations.

The initial results of septoplasty can be observed once the swelling subsides, usually within a few weeks after surgery.

Septoplasty primarily focuses on correcting the internal structure of the nose. While some changes in external appearance may occur as a result of the surgery, they are usually minimal. If you have concerns about the cosmetic aspect of your nose, you can discuss them with our ENT surgeon who can guide you on potential options.


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