Intranasal Bone Curvature
Intranasal Bone Curvature; In addition to being our respiratory organ, the nose warms and humidifies the air we breathe and acts as an air filter. It is also important for the resonance of the voice and oral health.
The most common cause of anatomical nasal obstruction is the curvature of the anatomical structure (Septum Deviation), which divides the inner nose into two parts, right and left, and this is encountered in 60% of society on average. In addition, enlargement or a congenitally large concha, also known as nasal concha, causes nasal congestion.
If the shape of the patient’s nose does not cause nasal obstruction and the obstruction is only attributed to internal anatomical problems, the problem can be resolved with extremely comfortable surgical interventions without stitches and tampons.