Deviated Septum Treatment for Rhinoplasty

Posted by on May 6, 2019 in Health, Medical, Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Deviated Septum Treatment for Rhinoplasty

Many of us, knowingly or unknowingly, face difficulty in breathing or experience congestion on one side of the nose. The reason might be the deviation in bone and cartilage, which divides the nasal cavity into two halves. This condition is known as Deviated Nasal Septum and it is often the result of a trauma or it might be a birth defect.

Symptoms of a Deviated Nasal Septum

Like any other body defect, deviation in nasal septum also has some symptoms to show. The list includes

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  • Nasal congestion
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Snoring
  • Head aches
  • Nose bleeds
  • Post nasal drip
  • Facial pain
  • In some cases, sleep apnea too.

A deviated nasal septum might not show any symptoms in the early years of a child or immediately after an injury to the nose. It often develops into a serious problem in the long run.

Cure for the condition

All the cases with a deviated septum may not need a surgery. Many a times, the problem gets evaded with proper medication and remedies. Where as a surgical procedure, known as Rhinoplasty for Deviated Septum, will be the only solution in some other cases. Instead to improve the shape of your nose, a nose job in Melbourne might help to treat this kind of condition.

‘Rhinoplasty for Deviated Septum’ or often called as ‘nose job’ is a surgical procedure in which the alignment of bone and cartilage which divides the nasal cavity into two halves is corrected and the bony obstacles for the free flow of air are removed.

Nose job is an outpatient procedure and it takes one to two hours of time, based on complexity. You are given either local or general anesthesia before the surgery. In most cases, base of the nose is not disturbed and adjustment is done by cutting across the nostrils only. It is then covered and required post operation medication will be suggested by the surgeon.

Very rarely, the procedure of Rhinoplasty is also done to improve the appearance of the nose.

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