Deviated Septum (Nasal Septum Deviation)

About- A deviated septum also known as Nasal septum deviation or deviated nasal septum (DNS) occurs due to sideways displacement of the wall between the nostrils. 

Symptoms-
 Dryness in one nostril
 Facial pain
 Headache
 Mouth breathing
 Nasal congestion
 Noisy breathing during sleep
 Nosebleeds
 Obstruction of one or both nostrils
 Physical deformity
 Shortness of breath
 Sinus infections
 Snoring
 
Causes-
 A congenital condition
 Nose Injury
 
Specialists to visit
 
Otolaryngologist
 Plastic Surgeon

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