How To Deal With Crooked Nose Bones Without Surgery?
I want to ask. I have hereditary sinusitis. The separator between the right and left nose is crooked. But does not interfere with breathing. But it’s really bent. Can it be cured apart from doing surgery?
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A crooked nasal lining (septal deviation) if the tilt is not very significant is often not dangerous. However, if you find this slope very striking, then you should be aware. This condition can cause blockage of the outlet of the sinus cavity that should be connected to the nasal cavity. As a result of this blockage, it will be difficult for mucus from the sinus cavity to flow out, which will trigger inflammation (sinusitis). This condition can make you often experience nasal congestion, facial pain, headaches, recurring nosebleeds, mucous throat, coughing, sneezing, fever, olfactory disorders, taste problems, nasal sounds, difficulty sleeping, and various other complaints. In addition, breathing difficulties that can arise due to septal deviation can also make you breathe through your mouth more often. As a result, you will be more susceptible to sore throat and tonsils. A bent nasal septum can also be obvious from the outside so that indirectly, it will interfere with the aesthetic of your face.
It needs to be clarified, are there any complaints that you have been experiencing related to the nasal septal deviation?
If not, chances are that this condition is not dangerous. However, to prevent the risk of complications as mentioned above, there is nothing wrong with seeing a doctor or ENT specialist. That way, the doctor can give you the best treatment. Usually, a very striking septal deviation will indeed be treated by surgery. The types of surgery performed can vary, from just septoplasty or rhinoplasty. Consult directly with your doctor regarding the best treatment procedure according to your condition.
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