Sinus Dilation with Balloon Sinuplasty
The Sinuplasty Center of Excellence specializes in allergy and immunology relief among adult and pediatric patients. We offer Balloon Sinuplasty at both of our office locations: Biloxi and Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
Understanding Balloon Sinuplasty
Balloon Sinuplasty is a surgical procedure that is designed to bring relief to patients suffering from sinusitis. For individuals who have tried medications unsuccessfully and often develop sinus infections for prolonged periods, this is often the one treatment that yields results. Sinusitis symptoms can be extremely painful and cause significant discomfort. Balloon Sinuplasty came as a great relief to many patients who have experienced prolonged discomfort.
During the Balloon Sinuplasty procedure, doctors will open the inflamed sinuses using local anesthesia. However, the procedure is not as invasive as traditional sinus surgery, since there is no cutting of bone or tissue. Since the procedure is only minimally-invasive, you can return to your daily activities much faster after the surgery. The recovery process is much faster since the surgery does not involve cutting or removing bone tissue.
Today, Balloon Sinuplasty is Highly Advocated for Because:
- Balloon Sinuplasty is extremely safe with over 375,000 patients being treated successfully since 2005.
- The procedure has been proven effective since a huge number of these patients report the massive improvement in their sinus symptoms and better quality of life in the first two years of surgery.
- Recovery time may vary from one patient to another, but there is no doubt that Balloon Sinuplasty offers the fastest recovery period compared to other surgical procedures for treating the same condition. The balloon dilation procedure allows patients to go back to normal activities as soon as two days after.
- More than 35,000 procedures have been performed successfully in office.
If you have been under medication for chronic sinusitis and do not see any improvements, Balloon Sinuplasty may be right for you. It is clinically proven to be safe and effective to improve the quality of life in people suffering from sinusitis. Consult your ENT about this procedure as an option for treatment.