Septoplasty and Sinus Health

Dr. Paul approaches the sinus via an endoscopic approach and is also proficient in minimally invasive technique such as balloon sinuplasty.


This image shows an endoscopic septoplasty and turbinoplasty view of the left nasal passage. The septum and turbinate obstruct the airway in the upper photo and have been treated in the lower photo. The upper photo shows a blocked airway. The lower photo shows an opened nasal airway.

Approach

As a dual trained ENT (Otolaryngologist – Head and Neck Surgeon) and Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon, Dr. Benjamin Paul is an expert at improving your internal nose. The most common concerns that patients ask for help with include nasal obstruction to breathing, sinus disease, pressure or pain in the nose, bleeding from the nose (epistaxis), and changes in smell.

Dr. Paul has significant expertise in septoplasty and performs:

  • standard internal septoplasty
  • endoscopic minimally invasive septoplasty
  • caudal septoplasty
  • open septoplasty
  • extra-corporeal septoplasty

Dr. Paul is an expert and reducing hypertrophy of the turbinates, which can contribute to nasal obstruction. Dr. Paul performs:

  • Coblation of the turbinates
  • Turbinate reduction
  • Turbinate out-fracture

To help your breathing, Dr. Paul has a mastery of internal and external nasal valve repair.

 

Expertise

Dr. Paul is a proficient sinus surgeon with expertise in:

  • treatment of sinus headaches
  • treatment of nasal obstruction
  • treatment of acute and chronic sinus disease
  • treatment of masses of the nasal cavity

Dr. Paul approaches the sinus via an endoscopic approach and is also proficient in minimally invasive technique such as balloon sinuplasty.

If you are interested in speak with Dr. Paul about your nasal health, please schedule a consultation.

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