IS BALLOON SINUPLASTY SAFE?

How Safe Is Balloon Sinuplasty?

Clinical studies have conclusively shown that balloon dilation of the sinuses also known as balloon sinuplasty is a safe procedure that greatly improves the overall quality of life. 

Balloon Sinuplasty is a Safe, Effective & Fast-Acting Procedure that can enhance your life and transform your health!

Balloon Sinuplasty Treats Causes of These Conditions:

  • sleep apnea
  • mouth breathing
  • irregular sleep
  • headaches

Balloon Sinuplasty is widely accepted by ENT specialists as a safe alternative to traditional sinus surgery. The procedure is minimally invasive and offers many benefits, including the preservation of mucosal tissue and mucociliary function. Because the procedure doesn’t require cutting the nasal bone or tissue, there is no scarring and patient will experience a more rapid recovery. Often times patients will return to work within 1 or 2 days.

Why Balloon Sinuplasty Is a Revolutionary Treatment

Since it was commercialized and approved by the FDA in 2005 for OR use, the balloon sinuplasty treatment has undergone several beneficial advancements. Now, certified ENT doctors are able to easily and safely perform the procedure in their office with only local anesthesia. If you suffer from any co-morbid conditions that prevent you from undergoing surgery, balloon sinuplasty is more than likely the best treatment method for you.

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“Studies have been showing significant and clinically meaningful improvements in breathing and other symptoms through 24 months of follow-up data. Prior to the procedure, due to their symptoms, patients experienced impairment in work productivity, activity, and attendance. After undergoing balloon sinuplasty, patients continued to see substantial improvement.”

Very Low Risk Factors Associated With Balloon Sinuplasty

Although less invasive than traditional sinus surgery, the low complication rate procedure does have some associated risks. In rare cases, patients may experience infection, optic injury, and tissue or mucosal trauma. Dr. Durmornay will be able to address any concerns you may have about the risks and benefits of balloon sinuplasty.

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