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HOME Our physicians are specialists with advanced training in the diagnosis and treatment of adults and children with disorders of the ear, nose, throat, face, head, and neck.
Shows general anatomy including middle and inner ear, septum of nose, lateral wall of nose, and inspiration, phonation and posterior view of larynx.Size is 20" W by 26" HLaminated version has grommets in top corners.
Please Note: The information on this site is solely for purposes of general patient education, and may not be relied upon as a substitute for professional medical care. Balloon Sinuplasty Balloon sinuplasty is a minimally invasive tool used to treat chronic and recurrent acute rhinosinusitis that is causing persistent symptoms despite prolonged medical treatment.
This tool can be used in the operating room under general anesthesia, but MAY also be an option for select patients to have this treatment under local anesthesia in the office.


When performed in the office, topical and local anesthetics are applied in a relaxed environment. Advantages of this procedure include minimal invasiveness with no tissue removal, reduced bleeding, quick recovery and less pain, no nasal packing, no general anesthesia or operating room and the associated costs, and preservation of future treatment options if needed. State-of-the-art diagnostic and surgical equipment, and the most advanced and well-tested surgical techniques allow us to offer patients the most advanced treatment methods available today. This FDA-approved technology has been available for use in the operating room since 2005, and this procedure has been performed in over 300,000 patients nationwide and counting.
The procedure can be less invasive than traditional sinus surgery, and equally effective at relieving symptoms of chronic sinusitis.  Unlike conventional endoscopic sinus surgery, it does not include removal of bone or tissue from the nose.


The sinuses are visualized with an endoscope and camera, while a lighted guide-wire is positioned atraumatically into the sinus to be dilated.  The physician then inserts a small balloon, similar to those used for cardiac angioplasty, along the wire inside the catheter. Once the balloon is properly positioned, the doctor inflates it and dilates the sinus opening.



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