Looking for a long term solution for your ongoing sinus infections or seasonal allergies? Tired of the discomfort, facial pain, pressure, headache, sinus blockage, itchy eyes, and runny nose? Balloon sinuplasty is an easy solution, a minimally invasive treatment that relieves sinus problems without surgery.

Who can benefit from Balloon Sinuplasty?

For those dealing with chronic sinus problems, Balloon Sinuplasty can be a life saver! Which according to the Centers for Disease Control, that is over 25 million Americans.

If you are experiencing any of these problems, you should consider Balloon Sinuplasty for relief.

Have chronic sinus problems that last for several weeks or even months.

Have inflamed or blocked sinuses.

Have had previous sinus surgery and still have sinus problems.

Those with recurring acute sinusitis

Experiencing sinus pressure, pain, headache, congestion, pain in the ears, nasal drainage and persistent cough.

Balloon Sunuplasty is a minimally invasive endoscopic procedure during which a thin balloon catheter is inserted into the nose. The balloon is gradually inflated to relieve blockages and widen the sinus pathways. The goal of a balloon sinuplasty is to enlarge the opening of the sinuses, reduce blockages and improve sinus drainage.

Recent findings published in Medical News Today found:

Out of 15 adults who received balloon sinuplasty, all reported improved symptoms 3 and 6 months after surgery, without any unanticipated side effects.

Out of 20 individuals who received balloon sinuplasty, all reported dramatically improved symptoms within 1 week of surgery. These participants were also symptom-free during follow-ups in the year after their surgery.

Balloon sinuplasty was successful in treating 94 percent of chronic sinusitis cases in 30 children who underwent the procedure. The positive effects persisted for up to 1 year following surgery.

When performed in a doctor’s office under local anesthesia, people who had balloon sinuplasty reported an overall improved the quality of life. They also had more open sinuses in radiographic images 24 weeks after surgery.

How do patients feel after Balloon Sinuplasty?

“In a study tracking patients 2 years following their Balloon Sinuplasty Sinus Surgery in the OR, most chronic sinusitis patients report clinically meaningful improvement in sinus symptoms and quality of life”, according to Balloon Sinuplasty.

Most insurance companies cover the cost of Balloon Sinuplasty, but to ensure coverage, contact your insurance provider for the specifics of your policy.

Is Balloon Sinuplasty right for you?

Contact Orlando Ears Nose & Throat and find out why over 535,000 patients have found relief from chronic sinusitis symptoms with Balloon Sinuplasty.

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