Deviated Septum Surgery (Septoplasty) in NYC

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What is a Septoplasty?

Septoplasty surgery is an outpatient procedure that corrects a deviated (shifted) nasal cavity. A deviated septum means that the partition between the two nostrils that is made of cartilage and bone is crooked, causing a tightening of the cavity, or a complete blockage. A septoplasty straightens a patient’s septum and provides relief from impaired breathing as well as snoring and sleep apnea. The surgery is generally done in an outpatient surgery center under general anesthesia and is completed in less than one hour.

What Are The Benefits of a Septoplasty?

What Does Nasal Septoplasty Treat?

Nasal septoplasty procedure is performed in order to treat the following conditions:

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How is a Septoplasty Performed?

A septoplasty procedure begins with the doctor making a small incision inside a patient’s nostril in order to lift up the tissue covering the septum and view the bone and cartilage directly. The deviated portions of the bone and cartilage are either removed or reshaped to straighten the septum and the incision is then closed with stitches. In some cases, the doctor will place soft splints inside the nose to help the septum heal straight and minimize the chance of scar tissue forming.

Schedule Your Septoplasty Consultation Today!

If you are suffering from sinus-related health problems and believe you may benefit from nasal septoplasty, the first step is to consult with an ear, nose, and throat expert. Specialists at eos sleep have extensive experience in performing septoplasty surgery. Call 212.873.6036 today or fill out the form on this page to schedule an appointment or to learn more about eos sleep treatment options.

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.01  Meet Dr. Volpi
.02  Discuss your sleep issues & what we need to achieve
.03  Learn about our plan to get you a good night’s rest

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