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Deviated Nasal Septum Specialist in Jacksonville, FL

The nasal septum divides one side of the nose from the other. In some patients the septum is perfectly straight, however, in many patients it is bent to one side. Significant septal deviations can be associated with nasal congestion, sinusitis, headaches, or snoring. A septal deviation can be present from birth or it can be acquired from nasal trauma. There is no medical therapy that can straighten a deviated septum, but an operation called septoplasty is effective.

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Figure 1a – CT scan of a patient with a normal straight nasal septum (arrow).
Figure 1a – CT scan of a patient with a normal straight nasal septum (arrow).
Figure 1b – CT scan of a patient with a deviated nasal septum (arrow). The septum deviates into the nasal cavity restricting airflow, causing the patient to experience nasal congestion.
Figure 1b – CT scan of a patient with a deviated nasal septum (arrow). The septum deviates into the nasal cavity restricting airflow, causing the patient to experience nasal congestion.

Schedule a Consultation for Deviated Septum Treatment in Jacksonville, FL

If you are experiencing nasal congestion due to a deviated nasal septum, contact sinus specialist Dr. Iman Naseri at North Florida Sinus Center to discuss the surgical and nonsurgical treatment options available. If you are located in Northern Florida, Southwest Georgia, San Marco, St. Augustine, and Ponte Vedra Beach, please call (904) 595-7475 to schedule an appointment at our sinus center in Jacksonville, FL.

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