A simple fix for your deviated septum

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Living with one side of your nose constantly plugged is like adjusting to life with a broken arm. You learn to adapt but it holds you back. A deviated septum is a misalignment in the center cartilage that separates the nostrils in your nose. You can be born this way or suffer trauma that causes the issue. A deviated septum can contribute to snoring, constant mouth breathing, recurring sinus infections and nosebleeds. Septoplasty—a simple in-office procedure that shaves down the septum cartilage that is creating blockage within your nasal passages, helping you to breathe easier through both nostrils.

What is septoplasty & how does it work?

Septoplasty is used to help make nasal breathing more effortless by treating a deviated septum causing nasal obstruction. This simple in-office procedure helps open your nasal airway by shaving areas of the septum—the cartilage that divides your nose—that can stick out, creating nasal blockage and restricting airflow every time you breathe.

Why choose ADVENT for septoplasty?

Millions needlessly suffer from breathing or sleep issues because they don’t realize that the root of their problem lies in The Breathing Triangle®: the two sides of their nose and throat. It’s why we’ve pioneered a simple proven process to give you relief in three easy steps:

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    1: Discover the Root Cause

    Uncover the source of your issues with a Breathing Triangle Evaluation, CT Scan, and Home Sleep Study (if needed)

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    2: Get Your Breathing Triangle® Healthy

    Optimize your nasal breathing and airway with proven in-office Breathing Triangle solutions. If sleep apnea is a concern, you may continue treatment to keep your throat open while you sleep.

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    3: Unlock Your Potential

    Enjoy more energy, restful sleep, and better quality of life because you can breathe freely – through your nose 24/7, not your mouth.

The simple truth:

Mouth Breathers: 61% of adults are mouthbreathers
OSA Undiagnosed: 80% OSA undiagnosed
Nose OSA: 35% nasal complaint have OSA
US Snorers: 50% of US adults snore


  1. Behroz Gandomi, Akbar Bayat, Tayebe Kazemei, Outcomes of septoplasty in young adults: the Nasal Obstruction Septoplasty Effectiveness study, American Journal of Otolaryngology, 31, 3 (2010).
  2. Kim, DH, Kim, SW, Hwang, SH. Efficacy and safety of endoscopic septoplasty for treating nasal septal deviations compared with conventional septoplasty: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Clinical Otolaryngology. 48, 2: 108– 121 (2023).

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