Nasal pathology

Nasal ventilatory insufficiency

Nasal ventilatory problems greatly affect a person’s quality of life, and we are often unaware of this until we discover that it is possible to breathe better. Septoplasty is a functional surgical procedure in which the specialist surgeon corrects the deviated septum to improve a patient’s quality of life. A deviated septum occurs when the cartilage that separates the nostrils is out of position. The main goal of septoplasty is to correct the alignment of the nasal septum in order to improve airflow through the nose. It is an outpatient procedure and does not leave scars. Turbinoplasty: performed on an outpatient basis using the radiofrequency technique. It is a simple procedure with few risks, but when a correct diagnosis is made, it offers great results. It consists of the volumetric reduction of the lower nasal turbinates, particularly useful in allergic patients.