Nasal obstruction

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At Zandifar MD, and as a facial plastic surgeon, it is common for patients to seek my advice regarding their nasal breathing. It turns out that most of the time when patients want to fix their nasal breathing, they will also want to improve the over all shape of the nose. In the greater context this makes complete sense as most patients want to undergo only one recovery process and only one anesthesia event. One of the most common causes of nasal obstruction is deviation of the nasal septum...

At Zandifar MD, and as a facial plastic surgeon, it is common for patients to seek my advice regarding their nasal breathing. It turns out that most of the time when patients want to fix their nasal breathing, they will also want to improve the over all shape of the nose. In the greater context this makes complete sense as most patients want to undergo only one recovery process and only one anesthesia event. One of the most common causes of nasal obstruction is deviation of the nasal…

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ZandifarMD
With A Deviated Septum, Why Does Nasal Obstruction Come and Go? | Fauquier ENT Blog Septum, Nasal Septum, Sinusitis, Nasal Obstruction, Obstruction, Surgery, Medical, Medical Terms, Human Body Unit

A deviated septum is a well known factor causing nasal obstruction in people. However, many patients with a deviated septum will also state that there are times when they can breath just fine from their nose. As such, can a deviated septum truly be the cause of their nasal obstructive symptoms? Shouldn't the obstruction be constant?

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Laurie Mayer
1-nasal turbinates Chronic Pain, Health, Nasal Obstruction, Sinusitis, Sinus Infection, Nasal Passages, Cluster Headaches, Mucus, Allergies

SMD-Vasomotor, Chronic Hypertrophic Rhintis There are 3 sets of turbinate bones inside the nose on the lateral wall. The inferior, middle and superior turbinates. Between the turbinates are the openings from the sinuses into the nasal passages. The turbinates are covered in a special lining called mucosa. They increase the surface area of your nose lining. This helps to warm and moisten the air you breathe in through your nose. Enlargement of the turbinate bones may a cause of nasal…

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Suzan Ritter