symptomsThere are many reasons why your nose may feel more blocked as you age, some of the most common symptoms are internal nasal valve collapse, deviated septum and turbinate hypertrophy. Fortunately for patients there are many excellent choices both medical and surgical to improve these conditions.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Deviated Nasal Septum  |  Enlarged Turbinates Tubinate Hypertrophy  |  Nasal Valve Collapse

symptomsA blocked or “stuffy” nose is one of the most common conditions we see at the Center for Better Nasal Breathing. There are a wide range of possibilities that can cause your nose to feel “stuffed” or blocked, all of these will be explored during your initial consultation. Some of the most common conditions we treat include: internal nasal valve collapse, deviated septum and turbinate hypertrophy and in some cases nasal septal perforation may lead to a blocked feeling nose.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Deviated Nasal Septum  |  Enlarged Turbinates Tubinate Hypertrophy  |  Nasal Valve Collapse  |  Septal Perforation

symptomsThe most common cause of “whistling nose” is by far a septal perforation. Other common causes of a nose that whistles would be a septal deviation. Fortunately there are surgical options for these conditions at the Center for Better Nasal Breathing.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Septal Perforation  |  Deviated Nasal Septum

symptomsUtah tends to attract people committed to fitness, exercise and outdoor activities. When we exercise our nose will often become blocked, some of the most common conditions for this are conditions called internal nasal valve collapse as well as turbinate hypertrophy. Fortunately for patients at the Center for Better Nasal Breathing there are excellent treatments both medical and surgical for these common conditions.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Nasal Valve Collapse |  Enlarged Turbinates Tubinate Hypertrophy

symptomsAllergies can be a significant problem for a large number of patients in Utah. Allergy evaluation is a specialty unto itself and for certain patients at the Utah Center for Better Nasal Breathing a complete allergy evaluation may be necessary. Allergies can also lead to inferred turbinate hypertrophy, this is a common condition and is easily treated with excellent choices both medically and surgically.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Enlarged Turbinates Tubinate Hypertrophy

symptomsA hole in the middle wall of the nose referred to as a septal perforation can be a difficult surgical problem. While there are medical therapies that will make this less annoying for the patient, eventually most patients want a long term surgical solution. At the Utah Center for Better Nasal Breathing we are specialists in septal perforation repair.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Septal Perforation

symptomsThe sense that one side of the nose is always more restricted to nasal air flow than the other is actually quite common. The most common cause of this is nasal septum deviation. At the Center for Better Nasal Breathing there are many treatments for deviated nasal septum’s. For patients with more complex cases such as revisions or severe deviated septum’s our medical director Dr. Mobley MD is particularly known for taking on some of the most challenging cases of septal deviation often receiving referrals from some of the most respected Otolaryngologists of the Mountain West.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Deviated Nasal Septum

symptomsMany patients experience reasonably normal nasal air flow in the day-time but then find it particularly hard to sleep at night. This can be a particular subset of nasal obstruction that requires a very thorough evaluation typical at the Center of Better Nasal Breathing. During your consultation we’ll explore some of the more common conditions such as a deviated nasal septum, internal valve collapse as well as turbinate hypertrophy. We’ll also take a more detailed history in patients with nighttime nasal obstructions focusing in on the contributions of snoring and possibly sleep apnea, fortunately for these patients there are many excellent choices both surgical and medical for these conditions.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Deviated Nasal Septum  |  Enlarged Turbinates Tubinate Hypertrophy  |  Nasal Valve Collapse

symptomsNose bleeds can be more than just an annoyance, they can be a serious problem for some patience. There are many causes for a current nose bleeds, the most common cause is a hole in the middle wall of the nose referred to as a nasal perforation. Another common cause for a nose bleed is a deviated nasal septum, the side of the deviated septum often becomes dry, in Utah’s dry air, leading to a dry scab and crust that eventually causes nose bleeds. Fortunately for patients there are many options both medical and surgical to treat these conditions of current nose bleeds.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Deviated Nasal Septum  |   Septal Perforation

symptoms

Many patients experience trauma to their nose through sports, a previous accident, or just rough-housing. Noses that have sustained previous trauma can eventually cause symptoms of poor nasal airflow.  The nose may also be crooked or otherwise deformed externally. Fortunately for patients at the Center for Better Nasal Breathing, there are many surgical options to repair these conditions, and give you back a normal functioning and looking nose.

Dr. Mobley’s Symptom Checker:


The symptoms above could be caused by the following conditions:

Deviated Nasal Septum  |  Nasal Valve Collapse  |

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