Septoplasty is a curative surgical procedure done to straighten the nasal septum, the partition between the two nasal cavities. Ideally, the septum should run down the center of the nose. When it turns into one of the cavities, it narrows that cavity and delays airflow. Deviated nasal septum or “crooked” interior nose can occur at childbirth or as the result of an injury or other trauma. If the wall that functions as a separator of both sides of the nose is tilted en route for one side at a degree greater than 50%, it might cause difficulty breathing. Frequently the inferior turbinate on the contrary side enlarges, which is labeled compensatory hypertrophy. Abnormalities of the septum can lead to nasal obstruction.