If you are like thousands of other people here in Central Florida who suffer with sinus problems, congestion, runny nose, headaches, the symptoms go on and on. One thing for sure, they can be very frustrating.  Sure, there are antibiotics, nasal sprays, and over the counter medications, but if your sinus problems keep coming back, they may not be the best solution. 

What if there was a more permanent cure? One that alleviates the symptoms without taking any medications. Instead of suffering through multiple sinus infections every year, an easy, non-invasive procedure that will have you enjoying life again. 

The solution; Balloon Sinuplasty 

Instead of dealing with the debilitating symptoms of chronic sinusitis, Balloon Sinuplasty is the next step.

The National Center for Biotechnology Information, (NCBI) U.S. National Library of Medicine published information on Balloon Sinuplasty. 

Balloon Sinuplasty is a new technique which has revolutionized sinus surgery in recent times. Since its introduction in USA in 2004, it has become popular world-wide, due to its sophisticated technology, which uses balloon dilatational systems for dilating the sinus ostia through a minimally invasive approach and has provided satisfactory results in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis. Recent world literature supports the efficacy and outcomes of Balloon Sinuplasty system, with large multi-centric studies proving it to be a very effective tool in the management of various sinus pathologies.

How does Balloon Sinuplasty work? 

Most people are pleasantly surprised to find out Balloon Sinuplasty is painless, fast, and done in the ENT office. During the procedure, a catheter is placed up the nostril and into the sinuses. Once the catheter is in place, a balloon is moved up the wire into the sinuses and inflated. The inflated balloon opens up the blocked sinus area. If the procedure is successful, the sinus passage will remain open even after the balloon is removed.

Balloon Sinuplasty has proven to safely help people suffering with chronic sinus problems.  If you have any question, don’t hesitate to contact Orlando Ears, Nose & Throat, and get the facts you need.

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