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Septoplasty Provides Relief for a Deviated Septum

A deviated septum is a condition where the central nasal passage is not in its proper position. This can cause various painful symptoms. Fortunately, Jupiter Sinus & Allergy located in Jupiter, FL offers Septoplasty to patients suffering from a deviated septum. Our medical staff, led by an experienced and double board-certified surgeon, are the leading ear, nose, and throat specialists in the area. We have successfully performed numerous Septoplasty procedures, and we are confident that we can provide you with the relief you need. If you are experiencing common symptoms of a deviated septum, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with us today to learn more.

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Uncovering the Symptoms of a Deviated Septum

A deviated septum is a common problem that impacts a large number of people, reaching up to 80% of the population. Fortunately, in most cases, it doesn’t necessitate medical intervention. However, for those with a substantial deviation, it can lead to a variety of problems. At Jupiter Sinus & Allergy, we’ll assess your symptoms, review your medical background, and decide whether a Septoplasty is necessary.

Trust the Experts in Septoplasty

We have experience correcting deviated septa that causes a wide range of healthcare concerns, including the following:

Nasal Obstruction

One of the most common symptoms of a deviated septum is nasal blockage in one or both nostrils, making breathing more difficult.

Nose Bleeds

A deviated septum may cause the interior lining to become dry, causing more frequent bloody noses.

Facial Pain

While the cause isn’t fully understood, many severely deviated septum patients report facial pain or pressure.

Noisy Breathing

Obstructed or constricted airways caused by a deviated septum could lead to noisy breathing.

Trust Dr. Sharma and His Team for Your Treatment

If you are experiencing symptoms that don’t seem to get better with treatment, you may want to consider a Septoplasty. Our team is available to answer any questions you may have about the procedure. If the procedure is medically necessary, most insurance companies will cover a portion of the cost. We will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about your healthcare. With years of experience, we have successfully performed numerous Septoplasty procedures that have provided our patients with natural-looking results and relieved their symptoms. To schedule a consultation, please contact our team today.

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