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Treatment may depend on the severity of your deviation and symptoms.  Some people may simply benefit from medications to help drain the sinuses and reduce swelling in the nasal passages.  For people with severe symptoms, surgery may be used to correct the deviated septum.  Most people experience a significant reduction in symptoms following septoplasty, a surgical procedure that is used to fix a deviated septum.  It is performed through the nostrils and involves repositioning, reshaping, or removing sections of the septum to correct its position.  Septoplasty is usually an outpatient procedure.  It may be performed with general or local anesthesia.  Following surgery, the nasal passages are packed with gauze and medication to collect drainage and prevent infection.  A rhinoplasty, an elective surgery to reshape the nose, may be performed at the same time as a septoplasty.

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Our medical specialists are available 24/7/365 to provide you with a second opinion regarding your Deviated Septum treatment and whether or not you need this treatment. Our goal is to help patients avoid unnecessary surgeries and procedures whenever possible. If you were recommended by your physician to undergo a Deviated Septum and are not sure what to do, our expert physicians are here to help you obtain a proper diagnosis.

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