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Posts With Category: ‘Deviated Septum’

Correcting a Deviated Septum

Sinus pain, sinusitis. Sad man holding his nose, black and white photo with red sore zone
October 15th, 2021

Our noses have many parts that we know little about. So, when we hear about a procedure such as a septoplasty, we return a blank look. Uh, what?  When a patient has a deviated septum that means the partition between their nostrils has issues and surgery is necessary to correct it — septoplasty.  Dr. Volpi […]

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What is a Septoplasty?

woman suffering from nasal congestion
March 24th, 2017

A septoplasty is a surgery that’s performed to correct a deviated (crooked) septum. This wall of bone and cartilage divides your nasal passages into two nostrils, and when it’s severely crooked or off-center, it can cause problems such as nasal blockages and congestion, nasal discharge, and postnasal drip (the sensation of mucus dripping down the […]

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