Both septoplasty and rhinoplasty are associated with mostly mild pain, and postoperative opioid requirements are quite low.
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Septoplasty should be performed in patients with functional problems related to congenital anomalies or trauma.
Concurrent septoplasty and younger age were associated with increased opioid usage, although the majority of FESS patients did not take more than five opioid tablets after surgery.
Pregabalin given one hour before septoplasty decreases postoperative pain and lowers the requirement for postoperative analgesics, with no significant increase in side effects
Reliance on CT for selection of septoplasty candidates is discouraged
Research shows no increase in rate of unplanned revisits or postoperative hemorrhage