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Endoscopic Septoplasty

Endoscopic septoplasty is a technique where an endoscope is used to visualize the nasal cavity to straighten the nasal septum. Most people’s septum will be deviated to one side or the other, which is not a cause for concern. However in some people the deviation is significant enough that it results in nasal obstruction. A deviated septum occurs when the septum is severely shifted away from the midline. This procedure is not generally performed on minors, because the cartilaginous septum grows until around age 17.

A deviated nasal septum may cause
  1. Blockage of one or both nostrils
  2. Nasal congestion, sometimes one-sided
  3. Frequent nosebleeds
  4. Frequent sinus infections
  5. Facial pain, headaches, postnasal drip
  6. Noisy breathing during sleep (in infants and young children)