Dr. Jason S. Hamilton, M.D., Director of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the Osborne Head and Neck Institute is double board-certified in facial plastic surgery and otolaryngology/head & neck surgery. Dr. Hamilton specializes in the surgical repair of septal perforations, also known as a perforated septum. He has pioneered new methods and equipment designed specifically for treating patients with septal perforations.
Dr. Hamilton’s unique technique has allowed him to consistently achieve superior results for his patients time and time again. He has one of the highest success rates in the world for closure of septal perforations and as such draws a diverse group of patients from throughout the United States. Dr. Hamilton holds patient quarterly conferences for surgical candidates suffering from septal perforations in: New York, Chicago, Orlando, and Houston, Texas. Learn more about Dr. Hamilton →
Case of the Week
Septal perforations may arise from a variety of common injuries to the nose. These injuries can compromise blood flow to the nasal septum causing a small hole and eventually leading to a larger perforation. View article here.
A septal perforation is a through-and-through hole in the central partition of the nose (nasal septum). Septal perforations are caused by insult or injury to the septum.
The most common causes of septal perforations are prior surgery, abuse of topical nasal sprays, or illicit drug use. A perforation is diagnosed by nasal rhinoscopy.
Dr. Hamilton has designed several treatment plans based on individual patient goals. Dr. Hamilton’s goal is to make the nose functional and the patient symptom free.
Dr. Hamilton is an expert in septal perforation repair with a success rate over 99% for large and small perforations. Call today to schedule your evaluation.