The most common cause of bone or cartilage curvature (deviation) in the nose are previous traumas to the nose.
The utmost important symptom is the difficulty of breathing from one or both sides of the nose.
Septum deviation causes many complaints in the daily life. These complaints can be listed as follows; Nasal congestion, sleeping with an open mouth, snoring, dry throat, waking up tired, persistent nasal congestion, upper respiratory tract infections, nosebleeds and lastly, facial pain.
While patients have trouble in breathing during the day, especially during exertion, this may result in snoring at night, waking up exhausted and tired in the morning, and dry mouth.
Deviation diagnosis is easy and simple. It can be easily diagnosed with a good nose examination.
Septoplasty surgery is an operation that takes an average of half an hour under general or local anesthesia.
There is no change in the shape of the nose after the deviation surgery.
Since no incision is applied to the nasal skin tissue in the septoplasty surgery; there is also no suture scar after the operation.