About the Condition
The nasal septum runs the length of your nose internally and divides it into two sides. If it deviates far enough to one side or the other, it can block the nasal passages, making it difficult to breathe. Other nasal septum deviation symptoms include snoring, frequent sinus infections, and nosebleeds.
Nasal septum deviation can occur from trauma, but many people are born with it. The Center for ENT offers advanced corrective procedures that are safe, effective, and minimally invasive to restore alignment and improve breathing.
Advantages & Outcomes
- Get the right diagnosis from an ENT sinus expert and an individualized treatment plan to address the condition quickly and effectively.
- Undergo advanced minimally invasive medical procedures to open up nasal passages with significantly less risk and recovery time.
- Reduce the severity of sleep apnea symptoms, such as snoring, to improve your quality of sleep.
- Decrease the frequency and severity of other sinus problems, like nosebleeds, sinus drainage, recurrent infections, and pressure headaches.
Get The Relief You Deserve
Nasal septum deviation symptoms can have a far-reaching impact on your life. With deviated nasal septum surgery, you can breathe freely, sleep better, and live without the constant discomfort of a blocked airway. The right treatment can even help restore confidence by treating embarrassing problems like snoring.
What to Expect
Our sinus center is fully equipped with the latest surgical technologies and instruments.
Minimally Invasive Procedures
With advanced techniques and tools, we maximize results while minimizing side effects and recovery.
We will explain treatments in detail and provide straightforward answers to all of your questions.
Flexibility & Convenience
We accommodate your schedule and finances with flexible appointment times and payment options.
Ready to breathe easy?
There’s more than one way to reach us! Call and speak with our friendly staff or click and request a visit online. We will contact you as quickly as possible to arrange your consultation with an experienced ENT sinus doctor who specializes in nasal septum deviation symptoms and surgery.