What is Revision Septoplasty?

Some patients may have persistent nasal and sinus symptoms after deviated septum surgery. There are numerous reasons for this problem, including untreated allergies, regrowth or re-swelling turbinates, recurrent polyps, chronic infection, and trauma. Sometimes the nasal septum moves back, becoming crooked again, or insufficient cartilage and bone was removed from the initial procedure. Dr. Chaboki has specialized training in the anatomy, physiology, and cosmetic aspect of the nose. His expertise in both the internal and external nose will help treat your sinus nasal symptoms of allergy, nasal obstruction, snoring, nasal congestion, sinusitis, and post-nasal drip. He performs minimally invasive rhinoplasty, functional rhinoplasty, revision rhinoplasty, septoplasty, deviated septum surgery, turbinate reduction, and endoscopic sinus surgery.

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