Balloon Sinuplasty

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What to Expect

The procedure can be handled typically in the physician office and will only require local anesthesia.  It is a really common procedure to correct sinus drainage issues.  The main reason for this is that are many benefits to utilizing a balloon sinuplasty over sinus surgery under most conditions.

Benefits of Balloon Sinuplasty

  • Extremely safe: .1% complication rate
  • It is as consistent in delivering results as sinus surgery
  • Can provide effective treatment for: Chronic sinusitis, allergies, deviated septums, & asthma
  • Does not require a hospital setting

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who is not a good candidate for a balloon sinuplasty?
Not all patients may be good candidates for a balloon sinuplasty.  During your initial consultation, we will discuss your problem and an examination will show us if we can perform the procedure.  Common reasons to disqualify a candidate are: Eosinophilic disease, severe polyposis or fungal sinusitis, severe deviated septum, cystic fibrosis, or severe facial trauma.

What kind of recovery time should I expect?
One of the great things about a balloon sinuplasty is that recovery is extremely fast.  Typically, you can return to work within two days.

How long do the results last?
Studies show that results last just as long as surgical procedures that are used to correct the same problem.  The study followed patients for two years after the procedure.