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What is the Deviated Nasal Septum?

A deviated septum is defined as a bent or crooked nasal septum. The condition is very common and goes unnoticed for over 80% of the cases. The medical condition occurs when the thin wall called nasal septum that is between the nasal passages is shifted to one side. If the nasal septum is off-center, or one side of the nasal passage is smaller than the other, it is called nasal septum deviation or deviated nasal septum. Since the problem is common and goes without notice, it is evident that it does not cause a lot of problems. If the nasal septum is severely shifted or bent towards one side of the nose, it can lead to problems such as blockage of nasal flow. The same results in loss of sufficient airflow to the nose causing difficulty breathing. On the other hand, severely bent nasal septum can also cause dryness in the nasal cavity. The reduced airflow to the nose can result in the hardening of tissues in the nasal cavity or bleeding as well.

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    Overview of Septoplasty

    Causes of Septoplasty

    Defect in the septum during fetal development and is apparent at birth

    Injuries that may cause the nasal septum to be moved out of position

    Aging and its effect on the structure of the nose

    Narrowing of the nasal passage due to long term swelling and irritation in the nasal cavity

    Symptoms of Septoplasty

    Difficulty breathing through the nose

    Nasal congestion which is apparent on one side

    Recurrent sinus infections



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    Treatment of Septoplasty


    An expert ENT doctor can help you figure out if you have deviated septum in a physical examination. The ENT specialist can also ask questions to discuss if you are facing symptoms or not. The doctor can see if the symptoms are getting worse or improving. The expert ENT specialist diagnoses a deviated septum with a bright light and an instrument that can help visualize the nasal septum by opening the nostril.

    Surgical Treatment of Deviated Septum

    The best treatment of a deviated nasal septum is an advanced surgical procedure with modern medical devices. The best possible surgical procedure for treating a deviated septum and sleep apnea takes anywhere between 60-90 minutes to complete. However, it depends on the complexity of the condition as well. The modern treatment entails the reconstruction of the nasal septum, septoplasty, and removal of any hindrance such as extra pieces of cartilage or bone. In the modern daycare procedure to straighten the septum, the patient may not experience any pain. After the treatment, a patient will feel improved breathing, improved quality of life, a heightened sense of smell and a better facial structure.

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    Surgicare is COVID-19 safe

    our safety is taken care of by thermal screening, social distancing, sanitized clinics and hospital rooms, sterilized surgical equipment and mandatory PPE kits during surgery.

    Post Surgery Care

    We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

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    Our surgeons spend a lot of time with you to diagnose your condition. You are assisted in all pre-surgery medical diagnostics. Our procedures are according to the norms of NABH.

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    A dedicated Medical Coordinator assists you throughout the surgery journey from insurance paperwork, to free commute from home to hospital & back and admission-discharge process at the hospital.

    Frequently   Asked Questions

    Well, the condition is quite uncommon but not unheard of. The deviated septum may come back after surgery as the surgery doesn't deliver 100% success-rate but is quite effective in treating the septum deviation. If the surgery is not entirely effective, this could result from a long-term condition or persistent nasal congestion even after the surgery.

    Take a week off from work for septoplasty. Within 48 hours, you'll be able to return to your daily activities. However, the nose may still be sore and stuffy.

    ENT doctors perform this surgery to straighten the septum. It is called septoplasty. It's usually done by an ENT specialist. Some people also get plastic surgery on their nose, to change its shape, at the same time.

    It is best if you sleep on your back with the head elevated after septoplasty. This will reduce congestion.

    A patient can apply an ice pack, covered with a clean cloth or towel, to the nose and eye area to reduce pain and swelling. At night, sleep with the head propped up on two pillows to diminish swelling and congestion.

    The septoplasty is completed within 1 hour. For more information, you can call us at above mentioned number.

    There is usually very minimal pain after surgery. If you experience discomfort, your surgeon may suggest over-the-counter pain medication.

    After a septoplasty, it takes 2-5 days for a person to fully recover. Depending on the person’s general health, the number can vary.

    What is the cost of septoplasty in India?

    Septoplasty is the surgical procedure that is done by ENT doctors to correct or fix a deviated nasal septum. In some people, a deviated nasal septum is present during birth, while in others, it may be caused due to an injury. A deviated nasal septum may cause trouble breathing or sleeping.

    The average cost of septoplasty ranges somewhere between INR 42,000 to INR 45,000.

    Septoplasty is a daycare procedure and the patient is allowed to go home after a few hours. The doctor may prescribe painkillers to help the patient relieve the pain and discomfort in the nose.

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    What to expect before, during and after septoplasty?

    Septoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to straighten a deviated nasal septum.

    During the consultation before the septoplasty surgery, an expert ENT specialist will assess your medical history. The doctor will try to find out all possible reasons for your allergies, breathing problem, or rhinosinusitis. The ENT surgeon will also try to evaluate the reasons behind nasal discharge and nasal dripping if any. The ENT surgeon is likely to do a physical assessment of the external nose and check the deformities of the deviated nose. After this, the surgeon may additionally perform an anterior rhinoscopy.

    Septoplasty is a very short and straightforward procedure that is performed either by using local or general anaesthesia. The surgeon begins by making a tiny incision inside the nasal cavity to assess the cartilage. The deviated or damaged parts of the cartilage will then either be removed or straightened. When done, the surgeon closes the incision with sutures.

    Recovery after septoplasty is not complicated. The patient might feel a little dizzy and worn out due to the effects of the anaesthesia, at least for 24 hours. Normally, the pain is very minimal and can be managed with ibuprofen or a paracetamol.

    Know More   About Surgicare ?

    All humans deserve equal treatment but everyone cannot afford costly treatments at multispeciality or super-specialty hospitals.

    In India, many people don’t even have mediclaim to deal with medical emergencies. Also, there is a lack of experienced professionals to consult for a second opinion in case of surgery. Surgicare & ICU is built keeping in view the above points. It offers surgery and post-surgery critical care.

    Surgicare & ICU Hospital is well equipped for all kinds of surgeries and offers one of the best ICU teams of Vadodara to take care of critical patients. It offers help to all those patients who do not have mediclaim but need treatments. Surgicare & ICU offers the opportunity for second opinions.

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