Severe breathing on the nose is a cause of headaches, tiredness, weakened sense of smell and resonance disorder - speech through the nose. With the slightest physical effort of such a person, they begin to breathe through the mouth, causing the stimulation of cold and dry air on the mucous membrane of the throat, throat and thorax, with consequent chronic inflammation, painful and difficult swallowing, chronic inflammation of the tonsils, frequent angina or chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane, accompanied by stimulant cough.




1-2 hours


up to 14 days



About the operation

Disabled correct air exchange through the Eustachian tube causes frequent ear infections, especially in children with possible hearing impairment. Sleeping is restless, there is often snoring, and the patients are tired.


After the cold, it takes a longer time for the secretion of mucus in the nose to normalize, and there is a long lasting feeling of mucus serving in the throat. Good nose breathing is a prerequisite for enduring great efforts to showcase top athletes so that the operation of the septum nose is a frequent procedure by which people exposed to physical effort are subjected.


Among the most common causes of difficulty breathing on the nose are deviation of nasal septum and hypertrophy, increased nasal bumps. Septum deviation can be congenital or a consequence of injury at any age. Deviation mechanically narrows the passage of one or both of the nasal cavities and leads to a reduced airflow.


Nose drops do not help because they only work on the mucous membrane, and not on the cartilage and bone. Indeed, long-term administration of the drops causes atrophy and permanent damage to the mucous membranes.


The operation of the septum nose is performed through one nostril, without visible external cuts, and the curved cartilage will be partially removed, and the rest will be leveled.


In cases of pronounced bilateral hypertrophy, especially bone, we recommend surgery.

Before deciding on the operation of septum nose we conduct detailed diagnosis. The use of modern painkillers ensures the absence of pain after a septum surgery operation.


Our long experience in conjunction with precision surgical technique enables the surgery of septum and nasal septum deviation within daily surgery, which means that the patient goes to home care for several hours after surgery.


There are no visible changes in the face of swelling, bruising, and the like. After surgery of the nasal septum, nasal tamponade is usually not necessary. After surgery on the nasal mucous membranes, the tamponade remains in the nose for only a few hours, at the most overnight. On days after surgery, the mucous membrane is thick and needs to use nasal drops and emulsions to relieve edema and accelerate recovery. The return to everyday activities is possible after 3-4 days, and the physical activity after 3 weeks.