What are they?
Turbinectomy is a surgical procedure that is conducted in the nasal cavity of patients with enlarged tissues in their nose. Septoplasty is a surgery performed to treat patients with a deviated or crooked septum. These procedures will help to
Why do we need them?
The turbinates filters and humidifies the air we breathe before it enters our lungs, and also keep our nose moist. They also regulate the flow of air through our nose.
The septum is the bony cartilage wall, which is present in midline of our nose. It helps support our nose and also guides the airflow. A deviated septum can make breathing through our nose hard and also prevent proper drainage causing a sinus infection.
If the septum has deviated, one side of the inside of the nose is roomy so the turbinates may adjust by getting bigger too and worsen the blockage. This is why a septoplasty with turbinoplasty is usually performed. Some people might be born with a deviated septum while others might develop a deviated septum after injury or trauma to the nose.
Symptoms – nose block
The surgery is usually performed with the patient under general anesthetic and takes about 30 minutes.
Some of the procedures involved during this surgery are:
After the procedure, the patient might experience the following:
The doctor might recommend the following measure for the patient after the procedure:
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