Deviated septum surgery in New Jersey is a procedure aimed at improving deviated septum that impacts health and comfort. Dr. Monica Tadros, as a leading nose plastic surgeon, straightens the septum, allowing for better airflow through your nose. If you are suffering from this health condition, Dr. Monica Tadros offers exceptional deviated septum repair in New Jersey.
What is a Deviated Septum Surgery(Septoplasty)?
A deviated septum can lead to breathing difficulties as well as negatively alter the shape of the nose. A septoplasty is a surgical procedure performed by Dr. Monica Tadros for her patients in NYC & NJ, is aimed to correct for a deviated septum.
For many individuals, surgery to correct for both functional abnormalities and nasal shape is best indicated. The nasal septum is the most critical part of the support structure that holds up our nose.
The septum is comprised of cartilage and bone that divides the right and left nostrils in the front and extends all the way back to the sinuses to form our foundation. All of the other cartilages and bones that form our tip, nasal bridge and nasal shape attach to this key structure. Dr. Monica Tadros specializes in deviated septum surgery (septoplasty) for her patients in NYC & NJ and Bergen County.
Deviated septum surgery doctor, Dr. Tadros accepts most POS and PPO insurances for any medical issues related to the nose as an out of network provider. Please contact us today or call NYC: (212) 532-4590 or NJ: (201) 408-5430.
Deviated Septum In Depth
by Monica Tadros, M.D., F.A.C.S.
What is a Deviated Septum & How Is a Deviated Septum is Treated?
A deviated septum simply implies that the septal cartilage component, septal bone component, or both are crooked. When this occurs, the nasal airway is narrowed and can be one reason why breathing is impacted.
The origin of a deviated septum ultimately centers on any insult that may have caused the septal cartilage or bone to grow off course. This health condition may be due to a congenitally inherited predisposition, uterine development, trauma during childbirth. It can also be due to early nasal trauma that leads to a shift off the bony growth plate.
A deviated septum simply implies that the septal cartilage component, septal bone component or both are crooked.
Many times fractures of the septum are overlooked after nasal trauma in children and teens if a CT scan or endoscopic evaluation is not performed because the septum is a deep structure that cannot be well visualized externally. Over time the shape of the deviated septum may worsen the nasal airway and sinuses for many NJ individuals. It can consequently lead to chronic mouth breathing and affect nasal development.
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