Deviated Nose and Septal Deviation

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Deviated Nose

Definition of Deviated Nose

A deviated nose refers to a condition where the axis of the nose deviates from the central vertical axis of the face. In most cases, a deviated nose is accompanied by a deformed nasal bone and a deviated septum, making internal septoplasty essential.

When is Deviated Nose Surgery Needed?

1. When the balance of the face is disrupted due to a deviated nose.
2. When the nasal bone is bent due to trauma.
3. When the nose is genetically bent.
4. When you want to improve both function and beauty.

Symptoms of Deviated Nose

1. Septal deviation
2. Rhinitis
3. Sinusitis

Changes after Deviated Nose Surgery

Before and After Deviated Nose Surgery.

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Definition of Septal Deviation

Septal deviation refers to a condition where the septum inside the nose is bent. This condition often accompanies a bent nose, and even if the external shape of the nose appears normal, there can be issues with the bent septum. If symptoms are present, septoplasty is performed.

When is Septoplasty Needed?

1. In cases of rhinitis symptoms.
2. In cases of sinusitis.
3. In cases of nasal valve stenosis.

Changes after Septoplasty

CT scans before and after septoplasty: