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Deviated Septum Surgery: Is A Septoplasty Necessary In Every Case?

Published on January 13, 2017

About 80 percent of people have a deviated septum and aren’t even aware of it. The septum is the partition of bone and cartilage that separates the two channels, or nostrils, in your nose. A deviated septum is the misalignment

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Rhinoplasty for a Crooked Nose

Published on October 29, 2014

There are many reasons for wanting a rhinoplasty surgery, There are many reasons for wanting a rhinoplasty surgery, and having a crooked nose is near the top of the list. Whether you were born with an unusually shaped nose or

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Do I Need a Functional Rhinoplasty?

Published on September 29, 2014

A functional rhinoplasty, often called a septoplasty, is a form of nasal surgery performed on patients with medical issues and nasal deformities that affect their breathing, causing difficulties in getting enough air or causing frequent sinus infections. Medical indications for

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Functional Rhinoplasty to Improve Breathing: CBS 5 News Segments

Published on September 19, 2014

Is breathing difficult for you? While some people may require medicines and avoiding the outdoors during certain times of year, others may require a functional rhinoplasty surgery. The same can be true if you’re having trouble breathing during high-intensity workouts.

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Rhinoplasty Versus Septoplasty: What’s the Difference?

Published on July 18, 2014

When it comes to plastic surgery, a lot of big words are thrown around, and for anyone who may be considering undergoing a corrective procedure, it’s important to know which options are right for you. Nose job” is a phrase

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