Thanks to Septoplasty in Cherry Hill and South Jersey, patients struggling with a deviated septum can breathe easier. This groundbreaking procedure can help patients achieve long-awaited peace of mind.
The Septoplasty procedure
Before the procedure, you'll receive local or general anesthesia, ensuring you remain comfortable throughout the surgery. During septoplasty, Dr. Corrado will make an incision inside your nostrils, avoiding any visible external scarring. He will then gently move or remove portions of the septum to straighten it and improve airflow. The surgery typically takes about an hour to complete, and most patients can return home on the same day.