Question Regarding Septoplasty Procedure
Is it possible that a deviated septum can create a more nasally-sounding voice? Could this procedure, in turn, alleviate some of the "nasalliness" that comes with how I sound (in addition to the more obvious problems like difficulty breathing)?
The reason I ask is because my job is 99% about my voice and how it sounds through a microphone. I have listened to recordings of myself in the past and came to the suspicion that heavier breathing and a nasally voice could be turn-off to listeners, and was wondering if this was, in part, from my deviated septum?