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Septoplasty

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Septoplasty

Septoplasty is a surgical procedure aimed at correcting a deviated nasal septum. The nasal septum is the cartilage and bone structure that divides the nasal cavity into two nostrils. When the septum is deviated, it can cause nasal obstruction, difficulty breathing, and other issues such as chronic sinusitis or nosebleeds. Indications for Septoplasty -Nasal Obstruction: Difficulty breathing through the nose due to a blockage caused by the deviated septum. -Chronic Sinusitis: Frequent sinus infections that are difficult to treat and may be exacerbated by a deviated septum. -Nosebleeds: Recurrent nosebleeds caused by the abnormal airflow and dryness. - Snoring or Sleep Apnea: In some cases, septoplasty may be recommended to help with breathing problems during sleep. -Headaches: Chronic headaches or facial pain that may be linked to nasal obstruction. Procedure 1.Anesthesia: Septoplasty is usually performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on the complexity of the case and the patient’s preference. 2.Incision: The surgeon makes an incision inside the nostril to access the septum. This approach minimizes visible scarring. 3. Correction: The surgeon then repositions, removes, or reshapes the deviated parts of the cartilage and bone. 4. Stabilization: The septum is stabilized, often with sutures or splints, to keep it in the new position as it heals. 5. Closure: The incision inside the nostril is closed with dissolvable stitches. Recovery -Initial Healing: Patients usually experience some swelling, bruising, and discomfort for the first few days to weeks. -Activity Restrictions: Strenuous activities and nose blowing are typically restricted for several weeks to allow proper healing. -Follow-Up: Regular follow-up visits with the surgeon are important to monitor healing and address any complications.

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