Deviated septum is one of the common reasons a patient may want to consider rhinoplasty surgery. While deviated septum can be as a result of sports injury, car accident, congenital disability, infection, or tumor, functional rhinoplasty can be used to treat these deficits. Some patients may not even be aware of their deviated septum not until later in their life, while in some, it is visible, for example, one nostril may appear smaller than the other. If you are experiencing any difficulty when breathing or suspecting deviated septum, then it is very likely that rhinoplasty surgery will improve your breathing condition. Talk to Dr. Freeman for a better understanding of the causes of nasal blockage.
A patient with airway obstruction may usually experience nasal congestion and may have to breathe through the mouth. Other effects may include headaches as a result of sinus infections, loss of sense of smell, and occasional nose bleed. All these instances depend on whether the case is slight, moderate, or severe. For the average and critical situation, the symptoms may affect the way the person sleeps or leads to chronic dysfunction like heart disease, hypertension, and obstructive sleep apnea.
Rhinoplasty surgery can solve airway obstruction by adjusting the shape of the nose to improve its functionality. Whether the blockage is caused by a congenital disability, infection, or by accident, it’s usually structural abnormalities in the cartilage and bone of the nose. This procedure is generally effective because it addresses these abnormalities directly. Your surgeon’s goal is to find the solution to your breathing problem. However, patients are usually surprised after the surgery that something could be done about their breathing problems.
Just like choosing a personal trainer or a family doctor, choosing the right surgeon plays a vital role in correcting your airway. Luckily, Dr. Freeman is Charlotte’s most experienced rhinoplasty surgeon with years of education, training, and subsequent experience in facial plastic surgery with a concentration on rhinoplasty. Talk to Dr. Freeman today to get a solution to your breathing problem. Contact Dr. Sean Freeman at Only Faces, Charlotte’s most experienced rhinoplasty surgeon and top facial plastic surgeon to find which the best procedure for you is, and how to proceed.