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The reason for a nasal septum operation does not always have to be aesthetic. A crooked nasal septum is often accompanied by functional disorders for the patient, such as nosebleeds, poor breathing through the nose or inflammation of the paranasal sinuses. In this case, surgery can not only produce an aesthetically pleasing result, but can also mean a health improvement for the patient. The nasal septum is the middle wall in the nose, which consists of cartilage tissue and bone parts. The nasal septum issues can be hereditary or it can be crooked due to an accident. Straightening the nasal septum is often the only way to improve the patient’s physical condition in the long term.Continue reading
Even if there are no functional disorders and the nose surgery has a purely aesthetic reason, straightening the nasal septum can often be the basis for a nose correction. This is because a crooked nasal septum is often responsible for the entire crooked position of the nose. The operation for a nasal septum correction is usually performed under general anaesthesia. Since the operation is performed through the nostrils, no visible scars are visible after the operation. There is no alternative to a nasal septum correction if the patient does not want to accept the limitations in the long term. Although the nose changes due to the growing cartilage tissue in the course of aging, the straightened nasal septum is usually not affected by these changes.
Duration of surgery: 1 to 3 hours
Length of stay in the clinic: outpatient or one night, depending on the extent of the treatment
Anaesthesia: general or local anaesthesia in twilight sleep
Follow-up treatment: six days with a plaster if necessary
Resumption of social activities: one to for weeks dependent on condition
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