deviated septum correction

Your nose is more than just a defining facial feature. It is the focal point of your face and it plays a massive role in managing the quality of your breathing. A deviated septum can disrupt both the aesthetic appeal and function of the nose; making those who suffer from one extremely uncomfortable. With a deviated septum comes breathing and sleeping troubles. Additionally, it can be visible on the face, resulting in a crooked or broken nose appearance. Fortunately, the emotional and physical discomfort can be repaired through a rhinoplasty procedure. Rhinoplasty for a deviated septum can restore clear breathing and a gorgeous nose to your life.

Do You Have a Deviated Septum?

Deviated septum is a highly common condition which affects various people worldwide. According to Mayo Clinic, noticeable deviated septum affects 70 to 80 percent of people. While some people experience little to no symptoms from a deviated symptom, others do not have such a peaceful circumstances. The majority of people who have a deviated septum suffer from breathing disorders and displeasing nose appearances. The stress a deviated septum induces can create tense or embarrassed feelings within a person. Rhinoplasty for a deviated septum can reduce these stress levels and restore a sense of balance to one’s life.

A septum is comprised of bone and cartilage, and is responsible for dividing your nose in half between your two nostrils. When a septum is deviated, it simply means that the dividing line is crooked or off-center. The skewed septum can close or block airways within your nose, which is why people experience difficulty breathing. Similarly, the asymmetrical septum is also to blame for the unflattering crooked nose look.

Common signs of a deviated septum include:

  • Difficulty breathing through nose (because of obstruction)
  • Pain in one side of the face (the side the deviated septum leans toward)
  • Nosebleeds
  • Noisy breathing and snoring during sleep
  • A preference for sleeping on one side (due to easier breathing)
  • Recurring sinus infections

How Rhinoplasty Can Help You

A deviated septum can cause a disturbance in facial symmetry and ultimately dissatisfaction with one’s appearance. Using rhinoplasty, Dr. Stallworth can improve the look and functionality of your nose to give you an overall more comfortable lifestyle. As a skilled surgeon and cosmetic artist, he combines his demand for precision with his artistic vision to create a nose that is both working and beautiful. Rhinoplasty is a procedure that Dr. Stallworth is extremely skilled in performing, as he has corrected various patients with a deviated septum. Rhinoplasty for a deviated septum is the answer to restoring beauty and breathing to your life. If you are seeking relief from the discomforting and unflattering effects of a deviated septum, contact Dr. Stallworth today for a consultation.