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The surgical procedure of correcting a deviated septum.  A septum is the bone and cartilage that is found in the center of the nose's anatomy.  It separates the nostrils.  Often we see people who have a deviated septum which means that it is bent either naturally or by traumatic injury.  The surgery of correcting it allows the patient to experience greater relief by not having an obstruction to prevent the flow of air thru the nostrils for improved breathing.  

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Is A Septoplasty Right For Me?

If you are experiencing breathing difficulty when breathing thru your nose, there is a possiblity that you have a deviated septum.  Deviatation varies from one person to the next and the extent of your deviation has to be evaluated by Dr. Capuano in order to reveal whether or not your deviation warrants correction.  

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Is a septoplasty surgery covered under my insurance?

Depending on the extent of your deviation and your insurance benefit plan and level of reimbursement, you may be eligible for insurance coverage.  If coverage applies you may be responsible for satisfying your deductible, out of pocket maximum and/or co-insurance, if any.