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May, 2016

What’s Involved in a Turbinate Reduction Procedure for Snoring?

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Nasal turbinates are important shelf-like structures inside the nose that trap dirt and other particles so they can’t enter your lungs. They also humidify the air you breathe in, helping your lungs operate more effectively.   There are three of these bony and soft-tissue structures on each side of the nose. The inferior turbinates have the greatest impact on nasal airflow. They can become irritated by allergies or other conditions…


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