Deviated Septum Center

A deviate septum is a condition that may require surgery. With a deviated septum, the bone and cartilage that divide the nasal cavity of the nose in half (nasal septum) is significantly off-center or crooked. The causes of a deviated septum can be congenital, or develop after a trauma or injury to the nose. Symptoms of a deviated septum include:

A deviated septum can be relieved with medications and, if necessary, a surgery called septoplasty. Read more: Deviated Septum Article


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