Balloon septoplasty is a noninvasive office procedure to correct the deviated septum. It involves placing a balloon in either nostril and placing it against the deviation of the septum. The balloon is inflated, deflated, and removed. This is repeated on the contralateral side and again as needed to get the septum into a midline position. Balloon septoplasty can be performed at the same time as other nasal surgeries, including balloon sinuplasty, removal of polyps, turbinate reduction, and Rhinoplasty.