Is there a possibility that more than just a septoplasty will be done for a perforated septum?

Yes. Septal perforation repair often requires rearranging of the tissue in the region of the perforation. A simple septoplasty would not be enough to take care of a perforation and could make the hole bigger. You really need to talk to your surgeon to discuss the surgical plan and the chances of success. Good luck.
Definitely. You will need local mucosal flaps, transfer of tissue from within the nose to close the hole. Sometimes tissue is harvested from the fascial covering of the muscle behind the ear (temporalis fascia) to cover the hole and then local tissues are used to create a sandwich of tissues to fix the problem. In rare cases, distant transfer of tissue or free flap repair can be done.
Yes. It is possible. You may require cartilage grafting or local tissue rearrangement as well.
Perforated septum. the options for treating a perforated septum are wearing a septal button to block the hole or to undergo surgical repair. It involves more than a standard septoplasty. Have your nose evaluated by a board certified otolaryngologist,

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How common is a perforated septum after a septoplasty? Are there any people more likely to end up with a perforated septum? My doctor says I need a septoplasty, but I'm worried about ending up with a bigger problem..

A . A post-operative septal perforation is pretty unlikely. It is a little more common in revision septoplasty surgery and in extremely deviated septums. In the small number of situations in which it occurs it is usually asymptomatic, but there are ways of treating it if needed. Read more...
The . The generally reported risk of septal perforation following septoplasty is less than 5%. Most of these are recognized and repaired at the time of the surgery or are recognized later and often remain asymptomatic. I would imagine that patients who have thin attenuated mucosal tissues, underlying inflammatory or granulomatous diseases creating scarified tissue are at higher risk. Certainly the more common scenario is a severely deviated septum where there is little room around which to elevate the septal mucosal flaps. An experienced septoplasty surgeon should be able to handle this. Read more...
Perforations . Perforations of the septum during the septoplasty do happen, but as long as they are recognized and taken care of immediately, not future problem should occur. Good luck from nyc. For more info visit www.Drgrossman.Com. Read more...

What will it be like before and after my septoplasty for a perforated septum? And will I have to be on oxygen after plus will I have to spend the nigh

Congested. Septal perforations sometimes require silastic splints for a week. This can be uncomfortable and block the nose. Be prepared for a good amount of bloody nasal drainage for a few days. You don't necessarily need oxygen, depends on your situation. Most people go home the same day unless there are specific circumstances that apply in your case. Read more...
Usually not bad. This recovery will depend on the type of surgery which can be from relatively simple to extensive . Your recoveryay depend on pre operative health and associated problems such as sleep apnea but will not typically oxygen nor will itrequire an overnight stay. However it really is best to ask your surgeon these questions. Read more...