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Each breath that we take is a gift. However, it happens so frequently and automatically that many of us tend to take it for granted. Did you know that some people require surgery to be able to breathe effortlessly?

A Deviated Nasal Septum is one of the most common causes of breathing problems in the United States. The septum is the wall that separates the two nasal passages. If the septum is deviated to one side, it may impair the transport of air in and out of the nose. Most of the time, the deviation doesn’t cause any symptoms and require no intervention. However, in some cases, a Deviated Nasal Septum can cause nasal obstruction, obstructive sleep apnea, facial pain or nose bleeds.

Female model: back view
Female face, before and after Septoplasty treatment, front view

Dr. Robert Morin has successfully treated patients with DNS and similar conditions. As a board-certified plastic surgeon who specializes in nasal reconstruction, Dr. Robert Morin have helped many patients regain their quality of life through a procedure called Septoplasty. His clinics based in New Jersey have gained a reputation not only for aesthetically pleasing results, but for their exceptional customer service as well. Dr. Morin and his team works with each patient’s individual needs and ensures that results are natural and effective in restoring quality of life.


What is Septoplasty?

Septoplasty is the third most common head and neck procedure done in North America. The procedure involves removing some parts of the septum and repositioning what remains. In some cases, it can be done in conjunction with Rhinoplasty to reshape the nose naturally.

Other indications of Septoplasty include:

  • Septal perforation
  • Septal fractures
  • Epistaxis (nose bleeding without other known causes)
  • Sinus ostium obstruction
  • Trauma

If you have any of these conditions, it is best to book an appointment with Dr. Robert Morin so that he can help you decide on the best course of action.

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What to Expect

You will be briefed on the entire perioperative process prior to your appointment. Every patient is different and some modifications on the procedure may be done depending on their needs.

The procedure lasts anywhere between 1 to 1.5 hours under local or general anesthesia. Nasal packing will be inserted to control bleeding and removed 2-3 days after the procedure. Medication will be prescribed to manage the pain and swelling.

Recovery is fairly quick, although patients are advised to avoid strenuous activities for 1-2 weeks.

Septoplasty may be performed in conjunction with Rhinoplasty or Sinus Surgery.

Under the hands of an expert such as Dr. Morin, Septoplasty can be done safely in an outpatient setting. His team will assist you every step of the way from pre-operative preparation to post-operative care at home. Dr. Morin’s facilities in New Jersey are fully equipped with the latest tech and equipment to safely perform this procedure.

Stop letting DNS get in the way. It’s time to improve your quality of life and breathe smoothly again. Book an appointment with Dr. Morin today.