Deviated Septum FAQs from Our New Hampshire Practice, near Massachusetts
One of the most common reasons for patients to undergo nasal surgery is due to a deviated septum. At our New Hampshire practice, near Massachusetts, we often treat patients who have previously had surgery for this condition and are still having breathing problems. Dr. Mark Constantian has conducted special studies on how air travels through the nose and his findings have led him to approach surgery for breathing problems differently than most surgeons. On this page, he addresses frequently asked questions about airway surgery.
If you have additional questions about how we approach treatment for a deviated septum at our New Hampshire practice, near Massachusetts, please contact our office.