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Deviated Septum

Deviated Septum and Septal Perforation

by Dr. Jason Hamilton
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Nasal Septum Repair/Septal Perforation Surgery Jason S. Hamilton, MD, FACS Director of the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Osborne Head and Neck Institute, Los Angeles, CA Ryan Osborne, MD, FACS Director of the Division of Head and Neck Surgery Osborne Head and Neck Institute, Los Angeles, CA   CLINICAL CHALLENGE Septal perforations may arise […]

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Deviated Septum: Facts & Information

by Dr. Jason Hamilton
Los Angeles ENT Doctors

Millions of Americans suffer form from chronic nasal stuffiness or congestion. This may be indicative of chronic breathing problems that don’t respond well to ordinary treatment. The blockage may be related to structural abnormalities inside the nose (i.e. septum, turbinates) or to swelling caused by allergies or viruses. Causes of Nasal Obstruction: Deviated Septum There are numerous […]

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Your Nose, Nasal Surgery & Rhinoplasty: Patient Education-Tips for great results and pitfalls to avoid #2: The deviated septum, to operate or not to operate?

by Dr. Jason Hamilton
Los Angeles ENT Doctors

  It is not too infrequent that Dr. Jason S. Hamilton, Director of the Division of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery at the Osborne Head and Neck Institute sees a patient with a deviated septum. The question that is always asked of him is “does this need surgery?” The nasal septum is the middle wall […]

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