ProvidersMark J. Abrams, MD John R. Blumer, MD William M. Caldwell, Jr, MD Stephen B. Clyne, MD Kenneth W. Compton, MD Isaac Dingle, MD ***COMING AUGUST 14, 2017*** Leighanne H. Dorton, MD Bryan C. Ego-Osuala, MD, FACS Michael T. Falcone, MD F. Brian Gibson, MD, FACS Steven R. Gold, MD Robert E. Harley, MD S. Brett Heavner, MD Hunter A. Hoover, MD Christopher T. Jones, MD, FACS Timothy J. Kelly, MD, FACS Chad S. Kessler, MD John D. Kilde, MD Darrell A. Klotz, MD, FACS F.P. Johns Langford, MD, FACS Joshua D. Levine, MD Roy S. Lewis, MD Hugh M. Lovejoy, Jr, MD Eric A. Mair, MD, FAAP, FACS Michael S. Mallonee, MD Michael F. Miltich, MD Jonathan R. Moss, MD Gregory S. Parsons, MD Sajeev K. Puri, MD Todd R. Reulbach, MD William H. Roberts, MD Michael W. Sicard, MD J. Robert Silver, MD Nicholas G. Stowell, MD Christopher L. Tebbit, MD Ross A. Udoff, MD Douglas B. Villaret, MD Mark T. Weigel, MD
A septoplasty is a surgical procedure to straighten the nasal septum if it deviates. A deviated septum can cause difficulty breathing, recurrent rhinitis, or sinusitis. The procedure should take about 60 minutes, with a recovery of up to several weeks. Post-op swelling or discoloration is rare unless there are unusual complications.