You have cartilage, there.
Cartilage covered on both sides by the mucosa of the nose
The nasal septum is composed of three main parts:1. Perpendicular plate of the ethmoidbone- this forms upper part of nasal septum which divides the nasal cavity into vertical right and left halves2. Vomer - this forms the posterior portion of the nasal septum3. Cartilage of the septum
The vomer bone
The ethmoid bone forms the roof of the nasal cavity. Its perpendicular plate forms part of the nasal septum. Its curved projections form the superior and middle nasal conchae. Its superior projection is called the crista galli.
The nasal bone is a minimal contributor to the bony nasal septum. The anterior part of the nasal septum is cartilage.The bones that form the septum are:the perpendicular plate of the ethmoid bone, the vomer, the sphenoidal rostrum, the crest of the nasal bones, the frontal spine, and the median crest formed by the apposition of the maxillary and palatine bones.The Vomer
Nostrils, Septum, Nasal cavity and the olfactory bulb
It is a bone in the skull near the roof of the nose and also forms the medial part of the orbit. It is made up of cribriform plate, the ethmoidal labyrinth which forms the ethmoidal sinuses and the perpendicular plate which forms the upper part of the nasal septum.
Columella (is the part you see from the outside) Nasal septum (is the internal separating structure)
A perforated septum is a condition that involves a hole in the nasal part. There is a problem in the air flow that supports the mucous membranes of the nose.
The nasal septum, the division between the left and right airways of the nose, is made of three structures: the vomer bone, perpendicular plate of ethmoid bone, and its cartilage. The bony part is the major part of the septum that consists of the perpendicular plate of ethmoid, and the vomer bone.
Superior and middle nasal conchea formed from ethmoids projection because ethmoid bone is roof of nasal cavity, upper nasal septum, and a part of medial orbit walls.
The structure that divides the left from the right nostril is the nasal septum. It is made of cartilage.
Your question is mentioning the septa which literally means partitions, only one of which exists at the external (corresponding to the olfactory) region of the nose. The external nose, i.e. the easily palpable (touchable) part therefore has "a nasal septum" (not septa). Nostril is only referring to each hole that the cartilaginous septum separates, otherwise known as the nares. Therefore, the nasal septum is not the same as the nostrils; it instead separates them into the right and the left nostrils.
It's the bit of your nose between the nostrils (holes).There are a lot of "septa". So the question is what organ is he talking about.Maybe he wandered about the part that divides your hart in left and right ventricleYou have several in different places. The most common is in the nose. It is called the nasal septum. You also have one in your heart. It is called the atrioventricular septum. ANd there are more...
Septum Piercing is a very intense and in depth piercing that should be done by an experienced professional body piercer in a controlled studio environment This being said if the piercing is done by a professional the risks are minimal.