Is Septoplasty done with Nose Job or Nose Surgery?

Septoplasty is a procedure to straighten a deviated septum during nose surgery. Most nasal septums are deviated to a certain degree. The severity of the deviated septum will determine the amount of nasal obstruction (other factors may contribute such as nasal turbinates and the nasal valve). I routinely perform septoplasty during rhinoplasty or nose job surgery in order to straighten the septum but also to obtain septal cartilage for grafting purposes during rhinoplasty. Septoplasty is a straightforward procedure done on an outpatient basis.

Dr. Funk is a nose job or nose surgery specialist in Houston, TX. He sees patients from Houston, Katy, Sugarland, Memorial, and Spring Cypress.

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