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Balloon Sinuplasty
Near Mountain Brook, AL

What is Balloon Sinuplasty

Our ENT clinic near Mountain Brook has been providing quality balloon sinuplasty services year after year for those experiencing inflammation and related sinus issues. When you need nasal relief, it’s our mission to help your breathing improve with minimally-invasive procedures that help increase the volume of your sinuses. Our stellar track record of helping hundreds of sinusitis sufferers around Mountain Brook shows how we can just as readily address your nasal congestion, pain, and sense of smell.

How does it work?

** Balloon sinuplasty offers a less invasive alternative to traditional sinus surgery. Contact our ENT to see if you are a good candidate for balloon sinuplasty.

What is Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is a painful swelling of the nasal cavity that impacts over 40 million Americans every year. After the nasal cavity becomes inflamed, loss of smell and breathing problems are close to follow. This has a knock-on effect of causing loss of taste, chronic runny nose, a feeling of fullness around the face, swelling, sore throat, and even bad breath! Sinusitis treatment needs to be taken seriously because it is a common symptom of both bacterial and viral infections. Non-contagious causes of sinusitis involve conditions such as a deviated septum, a history of head trauma, or nasal polyps.

Can Balloon Sinuplasty Treat Sinusitis?

Some people suffering from sinusitis symptoms have undergone other treatments for their condition with varying levels of success. Thankfully, our ENT clinic near Mountain Brook understands how to eliminate uncomfortable sinusitis for good. The benefits of a balloon sinuplasty include a short recovery time and a quick in-and-out hour or so to perform the procedure. There are practically zero risks of long-term complications such as scarring or pain. The FDA sees balloon sinuplasty as a preferable treatment to endoscopic surgery for those seeking to treat chronic nasal inflammation.


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How Does Balloon
Sinuplasty Work?

Rather than surgically opening the nasal cavity by removing bone and tissue, Dr. Robertson can insert a balloon catheter through the nostril to drain the fluid. With balloon sinuplasty, ENT specialists can gently drain the nasal cavity, proving patients with relief. Balloon Sinuplasty does not involve cutting or nasal packing, and it is not the top procedure used for chronic sinusitis. ENT's near Mountain Brook are now using this procedure over sinus surgery due to its gentle yet effective results.

There are a variety of benefits to having balloon sinuplasty for your chronic sinusitis:

  • The procedure is usually done in-office.
  • There is no bone or tissue removal, as seen with traditional sinus surgery.
  • There is no need to have general anesthesia.
  • It is an excellent option for patients who are ineligible for traditional sinus surgery.
  • It offers is a quick recovery.

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