What is Involved in a Septoplasty?
A deviated septum – a crooked or off-center wall of cartilage and bone between your nostrils – is a very common condition. In many cases, people aren’t even aware of it because it’s a mild deviation that causes no symptoms. In other cases, however, it can cause breathing issues or other symptoms that will persist […]Read More
Which type of Sinus Surgery Do I Need?
If you’ve been suffering from ongoing nasal and sinus issues that are causing severe symptoms despite an attempt to treat them, your doctor may recommend sinus surgery. In this blog, the ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctors at New York ENT will explain more about sinus surgery, including which type you might need. What is sinus […]Read More
Can I Have Surgery for my Sinus Infection?
Sinus infections (sinusitis) can cause daily misery and even (in rare) cases, life-threatening conditions. If you develop chronic sinusitis, symptoms of your infection last for 12 weeks or more, which can have a significant impact on your daily quality of life. In this blog, the board-certified physicians at New York ENT address the common symptoms […]Read More
Symptoms of a Deviated Septum
The septum is the wall made of bone and cartilage that separates your nose into two equal parts. However, when the septum is bent or misaligned, it is referred to as a deviated septum. If you have a deviated septum, you might not know the exact cause of your condition. While some people are born […]Read More