A deviated septum can be painful, impede nasal passages, and cause nosebleeds. Septoplasty can correct a deviated septum and provide you with permanent relief.

A deviated septum is a malformation or displacement of the septum, the cartilage-and-bone structure that separates your nostrils. Septoplasty corrects this by straightening the septum.

During your septoplasty procedure, an incision will be made on the side of the nose and the tissue surrounding the septum will be moved to provide access. The position of your septum will be realigned, and any obstructions will be removed.

If you are currently suffering from a deviated septum, contact us today to schedule a consultation for your septoplasty. Dr. Marcos Ikeda and Dr. David Davila are highly skilled cosmetic surgeons who strive to help improve their patients’ quality of life.