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Is Nasal Obstruction Correction a Cure for Snoring?

Do you snore? It’s possible that your snoring is caused by a correctable nasal obstruction. Come see Dr. Sajjadian today and breathe easier. Dr. Sajjadian is a highly skilled plastic surgeon with extensive experience performing nasal surgeries like nasal obstruction correction. He may be able to help you sleep without the snoring.

Common Causes of Snoring

Nasal congestion or obstruction is a common cause of snoring. Obstruction may be temporary (caused by allergies or illness, for example) or can be caused by another, permanent condition like a deviated septum, enlarged tissues in the nose, etc. You might think that snoring is just a harmless nuisance, but it can lead to real health problems, including sleep apnea and fatigue from poor quality sleep. If you snore regularly, find out what is causing the problem and get the help you need for a good night’s sleep.

Nasal Obstruction Correction… How Can It Help with Snoring?

Nasal obstruction correction is a type of surgery designed to fix and remove the obstructions to your air passages. Dr. Sajjadian can correct asymmetrical nasal passages, remedy structural flaws, remove enlarged tissues and turbinates and improve the airway. Many of Dr. Sajjadian’s nasal obstruction correction patients enjoy better health and improved quality of life once they’ve healed from surgery.

Since breathing problems can be caused by a variety of different factors and structural problems, this surgery is highly customized to your needs. During your consultation Dr. Sajjadian will carefully evaluate your nasal structure to create a surgical plan that addresses your concerns. His skill in nasal surgeries allows him to perform a variety of procedures (including septoplasty, turbinate removal, fracture correction, deviated septum, etc.)

What’s Recovery Like?

Recovery will vary greatly depending on the procedures needed to correct your breathing problems. Plan on taking several days off from work. You may need to avoid all exercise for a few weeks and strenuous exercise for several months. Many patients will need to avoid full contact sports for at least six months. You should notice an improvement in your breathing problems starting a few weeks after surgery.

Call us today and schedule your nasal obstruction correction consultation with Dr. Sajjadian.