Turbinoplasty

Turbinoplasty

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Turbinoplasty

Turbinoplasty

Turbinoplasty

Turbinoplasty, also known as a turbinectomy, is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of turbinate bones in the nasal passage. It is often performed to relieve the symptoms and side effects of nasal obstruction.

The turbinate bone, also known as the nasal concha, is a shelf of bone that protrudes into the nose’s breathing passage. This long, narrow, and curved shape of the turbinate bone resembles an elongated seashell.

There are various conditions of the nose—including allergies—that can cause the turbinate bone to swell. When these bones are inflamed, the patient can experience nasal congestion and difficulty breathing.

Turbinoplasty​

Turbinoplasty​

It is important to note that turbinoplasty is not the first line of defence for patients experiencing nasal congestion or obstruction. It is only recommended when any other form of treatment—including medication and therapy—has failed to address the symptoms and allow the patient to breathe normally.

A turbinoplasty is an outpatient procedure that can be performed under general or local anesthesia with sedation in a hospital or surgical clinic prior to surgery, the patient is asked to stop taking certain medications such as naproxen

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