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New York, New York 10024 US
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Sleep Apnea Consult - New York, NY

I had sleep apnea and have been treated with a CPAP and went for a consult with Dr Volpi. Very busy office. Dr was nice and a bit rushed and recommended sinus surgery to resolve sleep apnea. His staff then came in and wanted me to select a surgery date. A little too aggressive for me. I went to two well known specialists ( Cornell and NYU) for second opinions and both strongly advised against...

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Personal Statement

Dr. David Volpi is the founder of EOS Sinus & EOS Sleep in New York City. With over 20 years of experience in his field, Dr. Volpi is dedicated to treating sinusitis, sinusplasty, sleep disorders and more. Dr. Volpi aims to use his expertise in this field to improve the lives of his patients.

Board Certifications

Board-certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology


American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS)

Awards & Recognition

Castle Connolly Top Doctors, New York Metro Area, 1999 - 2008, 2010 - 2015
Patient's Choice Award, 2010 - 2011
Compassionate Doctor Recognition, 2011, 2013, 2014

Hospital Privileges

Dr. Volpi has hospital affiliations at EOS Ear, Nose & Throat, Lenox Hill Hospital, St Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, Manhattan Eye Ear Throat Hospital, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary.


  • Undergraduate & Medical School

    Undergraduate: Drexel University
    Medical: MD, Hahnemann Medical College
  • Post-Medical School Training

    General Surgery, Hospital of The Medical College of Pennsylvania
    Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery, New York Medical College Affiliated Hospitals
    New York Eye and Ear Infirmary

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Deviated Septum and Rhinoplasty? Can I Get Them Together?

Septoplasty, a procedure designed to correct a deviated septum, and Rhinoplasty can be performed in a single surgery called a septorhinoplasty. The... READ MORE

Can a You a Have Combined Rhinoplasty/septoplasty/tonsillectomy?

Yes, it is possible to have all three surgeries (rhinoplasty, septoplasty, and tonsillectomy) performed at once. However, it is probably most... READ MORE

Will Getting my Deviated Septum Fixed Help Prevent Sinus Infections?

A nose job, called rhinoplasty, will only change the size and shape of your nose and is typically performed for aesthetic purposes. If your physician... READ MORE

Is there a way to move my deviated nasal septum with fingers or object temporarily?

No, it is not advisable to manipulate any components of your nose with fingers or objects. It is understandable that you are uncomfortable and want a... READ MORE

Who Do I See First for a Deviated Septum?

An ENT doctor is the best specialist to see for a deviated septum consultation. An ENT physician diagnoses patients who suffer from... READ MORE

Will Septoplasty For a Deviated Septum Help the Symmetry of the Tip?

A septoplasty procedure is designed to improve the inner functioning of the nose and correct a deviated septum. Thus, the septoplasty procedure will... READ MORE

Could a deviated septum surgery alone (without rhinoplasty) improve nose appearance? (photo)

No, a septoplasty is solely intended to correct problems associated with a deviated septum. The septoplasty procedure is directed at the internal... READ MORE

What is the cost of septoplasty? My septum is damaged and s-shaped. (Photo)

The exact cost of the septoplasty procedure is not possible to determine because the cost is dependent on a number of variable factors such as your... READ MORE

Can I Later Have Rhinoplasty After Surgery for Deviated Septum?

Yes, you can have a rhinoplasty after septoplasty; however, it may be best to have both surgeries completed at the same time. This way, you will only... READ MORE

What Age is Right for Surgery on a Deviated Septum? (photo)

Before a patient commits to the septoplasty procedure to correct a deviated septum, it is important that he or she has reached full physical maturity.... READ MORE

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What to Expect During Your Nasal Consultation

Dr. David O. Volpi explains how he works with patients to diagnose their nasal troubles. Hear from men and women who've had sinus procedures and who’ve struggled with breathing issues, including sleep apnea. What did they do about it? WATCH VIDEO

"Do I Have to Wear This Mask Forever?" — Hear What Made These People Breathe Easier

Hear from men and women who struggled with breathing issues including sleep apnea. What did they do about it? WATCH VIDEO

Trouble Breathing Through Your Nose? Learn About This 30-Minute Procedure

Dr. David O. Volpi's office explains how enlarged turbinates inside your nose may be to blame. Here's what you can do about it. WATCH VIDEO

Balloon Sinuplasty: How It Treats Chronic Sinusitis

Ever heard of a balloon sinuplasty? Learn about this non-invasive procedure. WATCH VIDEO

Learn What This Surgery Could Do for Your Nasal Troubles

Learn what a septoplasty with Dr. David O. Volpi could do for your nasal troubles. WATCH VIDEO

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*Your results may vary. Any specific claims or permanence length of results vary for each patient and are not guaranteed.