Please tell me, could I fix deviated nasal septum without surgery?

Deviated Septum. If you do have symptoms as the result of deviated septum, can have medical treatment which may improve your symptoms but to fix the deviated septum, you will need surgery.
Septal deviation. The only treatment is surgery. Have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist,

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Which type of surgery is done for deviated nasal septum?

Septoplasty. The operation to correct a deviated- or crooked- nasal septum is called a septoplasty. The operation is done from inside the nose and should help improve the breathing space inside the nose. If the outside of the nose is also crooked, you may also need a rhinoplasty operation to straighten the outside of the nose. This would be called a septorhinoplasty. Read more...
Deviated septum. a deviated septum can be corrected surgically to bring the septum to the midline. If there are symptoms like nasal obstruction, snoring or recurrent sinusitis, have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. Read more...
Septoplasty. The anatomic nature of the deviation must first be defined interns of cartilage and bone involvement. Surgery is typically performed with a sub mucous resection of the cartilage or bone which may permanently be removed or reshaped and replaced. Occasionally the external parts of the nose must be as well. Read more...

Surgery for deviated nasal septum-does it count as cosmetic if they do nose reduction also?

No. It counts as nasal septum repair with cosmetic reduction of the nose. You'll be responsible for the percentage of cost deemed cosmetic by your insurance company. Read more...
Cosmetic nose . A nose reduction is usually cosmetic even if you are doing surgery to correct a deviated septum. In cases where insurance is paying for the septoplasty, they surgery is often split where the insurance will pay for the reconstructive portion and the patient is responsible to cover the difference for the cosmetic nose reduction part of the procedure. Read more...
Partially. The septoplasty is functional, while things done to change your appearance, like rhinoplasty are cosmetic. They are commonly done together. Read more...

Where is the best hospital for deviated nasal septum surgery in california?

Choose surgeon. Rather than hospital, choose the surgeon. A good surgeon will be far more important than where the surgery takes place. Read more...
Septoplasty. Septoplasty is a common procedure. Be sure to have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist. Read more...

Have a deviated nasal septum, don't want surgery. Been causing post nasal drip & bad breath for years, taking nasal spray & antihistamine. Not helping.

Reconsider . A deviated nasal septum can cause a lot of problems. My patients who have the surgery almost all wish they had it done sooner. Get in to see an ENT (maybe get a second opinion). He/she can give you more information pertinent to your case. Bad breathe and nasal drip can be a sign of sinusitis and if so, often needs antibiotics. So, a visit to a good ENT will be worthwhile. Read more...
Try Xlear spray. A nasal spray called xlear contains xylitol which loosens up bacterial films. This could gradually help. You may also need antibiotics. You can buy xylitol at a health food store and make your own spray if you can't find xlear anywhere else. Read more...
Think about teeth! Another cause of bad breath is from poor oral hygiene. Make sure you are flossing, brushing your tongue and oral mucosa. It won't help with the nasal drip but it may help with your breath. Read more...
Deviated septum . Although you sound adverse to surgery, it may be because of some bad story you've heard. Fixing a deviated septum is generally a well tolerated surgery. Takes an hour or a little more. The post operative pain is not bad. Most ents don't pack the nose, like we did years ago as we use splints instead. Could help breathing, possibly your bad breath. You might even be able to get off medications. Read more...
Let's rethink this. Deviated septums don't cause post nasal drip; they cause nasal obstruction. Usually they don't cause any symptoms at all. Your post nasal drip could be caused by your nasal spray if your spray is an over-the-counter decongestant spray (oxymetazoline, xylometazoline). Try using saline spray instead of otc decongestant sprays. That may help. Your best bet: see an otolaryngologist or allergist. Read more...
Allergies. You need to see an allergist and dtermine if allergies are contributingto your symptoms. A deviated septum by itself does not causethe symptoms you are describing. Read more...