Septoplasty surgery in Iran

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Septoplasty surgery in Iran

Septoplasty surgery iran

What is a septoplasty surgery?

A septoplasty (or sub-mucus resection) is an operation designed to straighten a bend in the septum of the nose. The septum is the midline partition within the nose.

A bend in the nasal septum is diagnosed by a nasal examination and is not usually visible externally. Occasionally, however, the septum under the tip of the nose may be bent into one nostril. This will be visible from the outside.

The commonest problem resulting from a bent septum is a blocked nose. Occasionally, this may cause a twist in the external shape of the nose as well. A bent septum may predispose some people to have chronic sinus problems.

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Why septoplasty?

This surgery (septoplasty surgey in iran) can be performed for a variety of reasons : -

To improve breathing. Septoplasty can be used to relieve nasal airway obstruction. The surgery can remove the malformed cartilage and bony portion of the septum, allowing normal airflow.
As a secondary operation to a rhinoplasty (nose job). In this instance, a septoplasty is often performed to improve the airway or straighten a crooked nose.

It's important to remember that if you've had a nose injury, you may not be able to undergo septoplasty for at least six months after the injury. Septoplasty can relieve the following: nasal airway obstruction, which can force you to breathe by your mouth; it can also be part of the surgery for sleep apnea.

 

How much does septoplasty cost in Iran?


Septoplasty surgery cost in Iran start from $400.

Before septoplasty surgery in iran

Before septoplasty surgery in iran you would have had consulted your Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon about your symptoms. Examination may include the use of a telescope to thoroughly examine the internal nasal cavity. This is performed at the Outpatient Clinic under a local anaesthetic.

As nasal blockage can be caused by conditions other than a bent septum, your surgeon would have discussed this with you to decide whether you would benefit from having this operation or need other forms of treatment such as nose drops or nasal sprays in addition to your operation. If this operation were performed with the aim of changing the shape of your nose, it would form part of a bigger operation called a septorhinoplasty.

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Duration septoplasty surgery in Iran

You would usually be admitted on the day of your operation and could expect to be discharged in 24 to 36 hours. The operation is usually done under general anaesthetic but could be done under local anaesthetic. Incisions are made inside the nose and the nasal lining is separated from the underlying cartilage and bone. Deformities in the cartilage and bone are removed and the nasal lining is replaced. This is stitched in place using absorbable (dissolving) stitches. The incisions or stitches are not visible.

Sometimes at the end of the operation small dressings or packs are inserted into the nose to help control the bleeding. If so, these may be removed either on the evening of the operation or the next morning. Occasionally, specially designed sheets of plastic (splints) are inserted into the nose at the end of the operation to help with healing. These are secured with a stitch within the nose and removed ten days later at the Outpatient Clinic.

How should I prepare for a septoplasty surgery in iran ?

You should allow one to two weeks in your schedule when you can be free of work and social commitments. Most patients are comfortable being out in public by two weeks after surgery.

Two weeks prior to septoplasty surgery, you will need to stop taking aspirin and other medications that can increase your risk of bleeding. You should have nothing to eat or drink after midnight on the night before your surgery. On the day of surgery, you should wear a loose button-down blouse or shirt; that is, one that does not need to be pulled over your head or face.

If your procedure is to be done on an outpatient basis, you will need someone to drive you home and stay with you the first twenty-four hours. Your surgeon may need to see you back the morning after your surgery.

We recommend having the following items available : -

Gauze
Container to hold water for cool compresses. DO NOT use ice packs.
Button-down blouses or shirts which do not need to be pulled over your head
General painkillers, such as acetaminophen. (Continue to avoid aspirin and other medications like ibuprofen for approximately one week after surgery.)
Have any prescriptions for pain medications or antibiotics filled before you get home.
A cool mist humidifier is recommended, but not mandatory.

After a septoplasty surgery in iran

Your surgeon will give you a prescription painkiller and a list of post-operative instructions. It's extremely important to follow these instructions very carefully to make sure your nose heals properly. Your doctor might pack your nose with dressings. Your surgeon will usually remove the packing during the first few days following the surgery. The only person who should remove this packing is your surgeon. Make sure you understand exactly how and why your surgeon packs your nose, and the follow-up care that is required to ensure proper treatment.

If your surgeon has covered your nose with a splint, you can have this removed in just about one week. If you have internal stitches, these will dissolve. If you have external stitches, your surgeon will want to remove these in about one week.

Septoplasty side effects:

As with any surgery, there is always a risk of infection. Your surgeon may prescribe an antibiotic as a precaution.
You should expect some nasal drainage with a small amount of bleeding for the first few days after surgery.
You may experience numbness of the nose, cheeks, and upper lip. Numbness in the tip of the nose may take several months to return to normal. Other areas will resolve more quickly.
You should expect some bruising and swelling of the nose, eyelids, and upper lip. Most of this will resolve in the first two weeks after surgery.

1Is a septoplasty a major surgery?
A septoplasty is performed to correct a deviated nasal septum. ... Sometimes, to achieve the desired cosmetic effect from a rhinoplasty, a septoplasty is also necessary. A cosmetic surgeon performs a rhinoplasty to alter the external appearance of the nose. Most medical professionals consider this cosmetic.
2How long does it take to recover from a deviated septum surgery?
You will probably be able to return to work or school in a few days and to your normal routine in about 3 weeks. But this varies with your job and how much surgery you had. Most people recover fully in 1 to 2 months. You will have to visit your doctor during the 3 to 4 months after your surgery.
3How painful is a deviated septum surgery?
This can cause difficulty breathing. Other symptoms of a deviated septum may include frequent nosebleeds and facial pain. ... Septoplasty is a surgical procedure to correct a deviated septum. Septoplasty straightens the septum, allowing for better airflow through your nose.
4How long does it take to recover from sinus surgery?
How long does it take to recovery from sinus surgery? Depending on the extent of the surgery, recovery may take a few days. It may take up to 3 to 5 days to feel completely back to normal.
5Can a deviated septum get worse?
The situation may get worse when you have a cold or allergies, when your nasal passages become swollen and more narrow. Frequent nosebleeds: When your septum is deviated, your nasal passages can be drier, which, in turn, can cause more frequent nosebleeds.
6Is nose surgery painful?
Your nose may be stuffy and you may have trouble breathing for a short time. The skin on the tip of your nose may be numb. You may have some itching or shooting pain as the feeling returns. If bones were broken during your surgery, you will need to avoid injury to your nose for about 3 months.
7Is deviated septum surgery dangerous?
As with any major surgery, septoplasty carries risks, such as bleeding, infection and an adverse reaction to the anesthetic. Other possible risks specific to septoplasty include: Persistence in previous symptoms, such as nasal obstruction, despite surgery. Excessive bleeding.
8How much bleeding is normal after septoplasty?
Most of the time, packing is removed 24 to 36 hours after surgery. Splints may be left in place for as long as 1 to 2 weeks. You may have swelling in your face for 2 to 3 days after surgery. Your nose may drain and bleed a little for 2 to 5 days after surgery.
9What can I expect after deviated septum surgery?
People who've had septoplasty can expect very little swelling in the days after surgery. If surgeons performed additional procedures, it may take a few more days for swelling and bruising to subside around the nose and under the eyes. Your doctor may provide you with a bandage to wear on your nose for one or two days.
10How should I sleep after sinus surgery?
The first night after surgery, elevate your head with extra pillows or sleep in a recliner. If you have packing material and splints in your nose, make sure they stay in place. If the packing gets clogged, breathe through your mouth. Do not remove the packing or splints.

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8 Comments

  1. William says:

    There are lots of risk of septoplasty that I know some of them, could u give the rests?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      Some people will need a second surgery if they’re unsatisfied with the results. Other risks associated with a septoplasty are rare, but they can include:
      bleeding
      scarring
      perforation of your septum, which happens when a hole forms in your septum
      an altered nose shape
      a discoloration of your nose
      a decreased sense of smel

  2. nadia says:

    How long after septoplasty Can I breathe?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      1–2 days Your nose will feel sore, and much more stuffy than it did before the operation. Once the dressings are removed from your nose, you may still need tobreathe through your mouth for a week or so

  3. adele says:

    You know its so hard to sleep,How do you sleep after septoplasty?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      Avoid any heavy lifting, bending, straining, or stooping for at least 2 weeks aftersurgery as this may cause bleeding. Light exercise may begin approximately 10 days after surgery. Try to keep your head elevated during sleep for at least 3 days aftersurgery. Sleeping on 2 or more pillows is effective.

  4. Abdel Fattah says:

    I don’t know How to clean my nose after septoplasty?is it hard and can I do it myself my on own?

    • Iranian Surgery Adviser says:

      Many patients find that using Ocean Nasal Spray once every hour is quite effective. Please gently clean your nostril daily with a mixture of half water and half peroxide, applied with a Q-tip. After cleaning your nostrils, apply an antibiotic ointment, such as Bacitacin or Bactroban ointment inside each nostril.

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