Tired of Chronic Sinus Infections?
When the narrow openings of the sinus cavity become irritated or inflamed, this results in swelling. The swollen sinus opening causes blockage and mucus build-up. This congestion turns the sinus cavity into a stagnant pool where viruses and bacteria multiply, resulting in painful infection and miserable symptoms for sinus sufferers.
During the Balloon Sinuplasty procedure, a tiny balloon is precisely positioned into the sinus cavity opening and gently inflated to expand the passageway. Finally, the balloon is easily deflated and removed. Patients experience instant relief from chronic sinus pain.
Stop Suffering with Sinus Pain
Convenient, In-Office Sinus Procedure
When remedies, over-the-counter (OTC) medications, numerous trips to the doctor and multiple courses of antibiotic treatment have failed, chronic sinus sufferers still have options.
Don’t let chronic, severe sinus pain or infection leave you feeling rundown and frustrated. Sinus sufferers can find meaningful relief of painful sinus symptoms thanks to modern innovations in sinus care technology.
Clinically-Proven Sinus Relief with No Invasive Surgery
Pain due to sinusitis symptoms will continue until the root cause of the problem is treated. Balloon sinuplasty (balloon sinus dilation) is a clinically-proven option that can provide permanent relief for severe sinusitis sufferers.
Powerful Sinus Pain Treatment
Balloon sinuplasty is a modern alternative to traditional sinus surgery. The procedure is performed in-office and involves no incisions, only minimal pain or bruising, and a quick recovery time.
Easy Sinus Relief in Less Than 1 Hour
During the Balloon Sinuplasty procedure, a tiny balloon mounted on the end of a catheter is carefully inserted into the sinus cavity opening. The balloon is then inflated to gently expand the sinus passageway. When the balloon is deflated and removed, normal airflow and function are restored to the sinus cavity. Patients experience immediate, long-lasting relief from the root cause of chronic sinusitis and pain.
In-Office Sinus Treatment
Balloon sinus dilation patients enjoy the convenience of in-office treatment, meaning no hospital visits are required. The procedure is performed with local anesthesia, and without the bruising and inconvenience of traditional sinus surgery. Balloon Sinuplasty requires no cutting and no nasal packing. Patients are generally able to return to normal activity the next day.
Get Long-Lasting Relief!
Start enjoying the benefits of instant sinus relief and improved breathing. Balloon sinus dilation can provide significant improvement and long-lasting relief from severe sinus pain. If you are experiencing chronic sinus pain, contact us today to find out if you are a candidate for this amazing procedure.
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- Long term outcome analysis of balloon catheter sinusotomy: two-year follow-up Weiss RL, Church CA, Kuhn FA, Levine HL, Sillers MJ, Vaughan WC. Oto-Head and Neck Surg. 2008 Sep; 139(3 Suppl 3); S38-S46.