Get lifelong relief from breathing difficulties and congestion caused due to deviated septum
A deviated nasal septum is one of the most common causes of breathing problems (when breathing through the nose). The nasal septum is the wall that separates the two nostrils or nasal passages. If the septum is deviated more to one side, it may impair the airflow in and out of the nose. Usually, a septum deviation does not cause serious or concerning symptoms and demand no intervention. However, in some cases, a nasal septum deviation can cause nasal congestion and obstruction, obstructive sleep apnea, facial pressure and pain or nose bleeds.
Our ENT specialists have successfully treated patients with deviated septum and similar ENT conditions and are board-certified surgeons who specialize in modern and less invasive ENT surgeries. Our doctors have helped many individuals regain their quality of life through a septoplasty procedure. Our clinics are based in Bangalore and have gained a reputation not only for successful treatments and aesthetically pleasing results, but also for our exceptional patient centric service as well. Our team works hard to fulfil each patient’s individual needs and to ensure that our patients get great results and are effective in restoring their quality of life. Use our form alongside to get a callback from our medical team.
What to expect after your septoplasty surgery?
Your ENT doctor will brief you about the entire pre and post operative process prior to your surgery. Septoplasty procedure typically lasts about an hour and is performed under the influence of local or general anesthesia. Use of anesthesia or sedation prior to the procedure makes the surgery absolutely pain free for the patient. Most patients are discharged the same day, or to the maximum, next day after the procedure. If you follow your doctor’s recommendations and precautions, complications are not likely to occur during the recovery period.
Recovery after septoplasty is fairly quick. You will be advised to avoid strenuous activities and workouts for 1 to 2 weeks. You will be prescribed medication to manage the pain and swelling before your discharge from the hospital. You need to ensure to take all medications on time and maintain a healthy diet to recover fast. If you have any concerns or complications during the recovery after septoplasty, notify your doctor right away.