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Can Rhinoplasty Be Both Cosmetic and Medical?

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Can Rhinoplasty Be Both Cosmetic and Medical?

What Is Rhinoplasty? If you have never heard the term rhinoplasty before, it might seem confusing. Rhinoplasty is the technical term for surgery that alters the cartilage of the nose. This procedure is often performed as a cosmetic surgery for people who feel that their nose is too large or is somehow misshapen. Often, people…

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Nasal Obstructions: Causes & Treatments

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Nasal Obstructions: Causes & Treatments

What is nasal obstruction? The term nasal obstruction refers to the inability to breathe through your nose. On average, we inhale between eighteen and twenty litres of air per day. When we inhale oxygen through our nose, the air we breathe in is filtered and heated; removing larger particles. Consequently, as we filter air when…

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Beating Congestion This Cold and Flu Season

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Beating Congestion This Cold and Flu Season

Fall is in the air and the long sweltering summer season has finally come to an end. Of course the changing of leaves and the cooling of temperatures also means that cold and flu season has also arrived. One of the most debilitating aspects of a cold is when your sinuses become congested. Air-filled pockets…

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An Overview of The Different Types of CPAP Masks

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An Overview of The Different Types of CPAP Masks

Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) masks are used to help make breathing easier at night. They are widely used by people who are suffering from sleep apnea. The masks come in a wide range of different styles and configurations. This is largely because the wearer will have to sleep in the mask all night long.…

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What Are the Signs and Symptoms that My Child Has a Deviated Septum?

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What Are the Signs and Symptoms that My Child Has a Deviated Septum?

The wall that separates the left and right nostrils in your nose is called a nasal septum. Ideally, this wall should be centered equally between the two nostrils. However, the majority of people have a nasal septum that is slightly off center. In most of these cases, no problems result. If, however, your child’s nasal…

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