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.

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