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Surgical correction of defects and deformities of the nasal septum is known as Septoplasty. Majorly Septoplasty helps to straighten the septum as much as possible in the midline position and open the airway by removing the diverged portion and restructuring of the remaining cartilage and bone. It can block one side of the nose and significantly disturb airflow, when the septum is deviated.

Key uses of septoplasty

Septoplasty can be suggested in any of the following conditions:

  • Nasal obstruction caused owing to deformity in the nose
  • Trauma which might result in the deviation of the septum
  • Bleeding from nostrils
  • Obstruction present in the opening of the sinus
  • Cosmetic purpose
  • Septoplasty can offer access to the surgeon to perform brain tumor resection

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Before the surgery, you will have to consult your surgeon. For the duration of the consultation, your surgeon may inquire you to undergo a CT scan. You will have to specify your medical as well as medication history; mention particularly any history of nasal surgery, allergy, and nasal trauma. You will be informed about the possibilities and aids of this procedure. Additionally, you may be enquired to refrain from taking herbal extracts and vitamin supplements a few weeks before the surgery. In case you are allergic to a specific food or environmental irritant, you must to discuss it with your surgeon.  In addition, your surgeon might give you local or general anesthesia to make you anesthetized or unconscious throughout the procedure during the surgery.  The surgeon lifts the mucous membrane; that is protect the covering of your septum.  The deviation is adjusted and repositioned to the desired shape.  With petroleum jelly stripping, the incision is closed and packed.  Mainly Septoplasty needs only a few hours to complete.

Frequently Asked Question

Patient should not travel out of the DFW area during the first 2 weeks of the surgery. The pain after septoplasty is usually mild to moderate and normally feels like a sinus infection, with distribution upper teeth, across the cheeks, around the eyes, or in the forehead.

Your doctor may give you medication during recovery from septoplasty. It can decrease your risk of post-op infection or it can help manage pain or discomfort in that area. It’s significant to take all the medications your doctor prescribes.

A severely deviated septum can reason of complications, if left untreated. A normal complication is the obstruction of one or both nostrils.

Patients do not have to worry about facial scars or black eyes, since the operation is done through the nostrils. Nevertheless, they can experience pain or tenderness on the front of the nose, stuffiness owing to swelling and nasal drainage of blood and-or mucous.

Do not rub or even touch the nose after septoplasty. Do not blow the nose, even though it feels overfilled, as it might cause bleeding. If sneezing is unavoidable, sneeze through the mouth. You can apply an ice pack, covered with a clean cloth or towel, to the nose and eye area to pain reduction and swelling.

Call the doctor or surgeon if you experience: • Trouble breathing. • High fever and chills. • Headaches. • Disorientation. • A heavy, uncontrollable nosebleed. • Pain that worsens and that is not made better by medications. • Neck stiffness.

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