Notify our hospital if you have any of the following symptoms following a nasal septum deviation:
Our medical staff at MGM hospital aids in diagnosing the following causes of nasal septum deviation:
Getting hit in the nose during an accident or fight.
A deviated septum may also be congenital, or present at birth. The deviation may be from a difficult birth or connective tissue disease.
The following hazards will be handled by our healthcare at our MGM hospital:
Our hospital provides the following treatment for nasal septum deviation:
You can protect your nose by: Using a face mask or helmet during sports.
Wearing your seat belt.
Avoiding high-contact sports.
At MGM Hospital CBD, nasal septum deviation is treated by a team of expert ENT (ear, nose, and throat) specialists. The treatment approach may vary depending on the severity of the deviation and the individual patient's needs and preferences.MGM Hospital CBD provides comprehensive care for nasal septum deviation, including diagnosis, treatment, and ongoing follow-up care. Patients can expect to receive personalized, expert care from a team of experienced ENT specialists.
The goal of the surgery is to improve nasal breathing by straightening the nasal septum and removing any obstructions.
Here are the general steps involved in a typical septoplasty:
The patient is given a general anesthesia to ensure they do not feel any pain during the surgery.
The surgeon makes an incision inside the nostril to access the nasal septum.
The surgeon will then remove any obstructions or excess tissues that are blocking the nasal passage.
The surgeon will then straighten the deviated septum by making small cuts and repositioning the cartilage and bone.
The incision is closed using sutures, and a nasal splint is placed inside the nostril to support the newly straightened septum.