The most important factor in recommending this groundbreaking procedure is proper patient selection. Some patients suffer from sinus problems that are too severe to be treated effectively by a balloon sinuplasty. Patients with nasal polyps or a deviated septum, for example, would not experience lasting relief with the procedure alone. These patients, and some others, are better candidates for endoscopic sinus surgery.
The only way for patients to know if they would be a good candidate for balloon sinuplasty is to consult with an experienced, board-certified sinus surgeon who can assess their symptoms and determine the right procedure for them.
During the procedure, one of our sinus surgeons will use a small camera, called an endoscope, to look inside a patient’s nostrils. They use the small camera to guide the balloon through the sinuses, gently dilating the natural drainage pathways. This procedure does not cause any cuts, incisions or changes in outward appearance. It also requires almost no downtime and is highly effective.
The procedure is performed as an outpatient, in-office procedure. Our surgeons complete the procedure under IV sedation so that the treatment can be pain-free and completely effective. This also ensures that the procedure can be done more quickly, allowing for less pain for the patient.
Why Choose Us?
At My Houston Surgeons, we are able to treat a variety of sinus problems. We can prescribe the right course of action and follow through with state of the art treatment plans for each person. Our office has the most current CT Scanning, cutting edge technology allowing for minimally-invasive, in-office procedures, as well as nationally recognized luxury recovery suites. Plus we have highly-trained, board-certified sinus surgeons to care for you every step of the way.
If you think your chronic or severe sinus infection could benefit from a balloon sinuplasty, contact our sinus specialists at (713) 791-0700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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My Houston Surgeons has a number of fellowship trained sinus specialists in their team, ready to treat sinus conditions with the skill and finesse required. Our team is highly trained in a wide variety surgical treatments concerning sinus and nasal disorders, so you can rest assured that your sinus treatment will be the one best suited for your health and full recovery.
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Sinus Blog Posts
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