Endoscopic Septoplasty

Endoscopic Septoplasty is a mimimally invasive technique that helps to correct the deformities of the nasal septum causing airway obstruction. The surgery may be done along with other procedures to treat chronic sinusitis, inflammation, or bleeding, or to correct sleep apnea. Septoplasty also may be done to allow access into the nose to remove nasal polyps. In general, septoplasty is needed when breathing problems or snoring do not get better without surgery.

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