Balloon Sinus Dilation

Balloon Sinus Dilation

Sinus Balloon Dilation in San Antonio, TX

San Antonio Sinus is proud to offer the latest treatment option for patients who experience recurrent and persistent sinusitis.

Forget about steroids and antibiotic solutions or surgery. Balloon Sinus Dilation is a simple, minimally-invasive procedure that can be done directly in our office for instant relief that lasts.

The objective of balloon sinus dilation is to reshape anatomy to expand sinus pathways and restore drainage. The procedure utilizes small balloons placed in key places in the nose and sinus, which are then dilated to expand the sinus pathways. It may be an effective, lasting option for some patients whose symptoms do not resolve with medical therapy.[i]

The balloon sinus dilation procedure may not require general anesthesia, and in many cases the patient is able to resume normal activities after just 24 hours.[ii]

If you're looking for an ENT doctor that performs sinus balloon dilation, choose San Antonio Sinus. We are happy to offer this convenient, comfortable, effective, and quick treatment. In total, it takes our ENT doctor about one hour to perform the procedure!
Sinus Balloon San Antonio, TX

Schedule an appointment today for sinus headache treatment with our ENT doctor.

Dr. Browne, our ENT doctor, can determine if your condition is one that may benefit from balloon sinus dilation and can help you understand the risks and benefits of this treatment option. As an ENT specialist, he can decide if balloon sinus dilation would be an appropriate treatment for your sinusitis.

Our ENT doctor is a trained and experienced user of balloon sinus dilation technologies. Make an appointment with our practice today to determine if balloon sinus dilation is right for you. Return to a normal level of comfort once again!

Call today at 210-615-8177 to learn more.

[i] Stankiewicz, James MD, Truitt, Theodore MD, and Atkins, James MD. “One Year Results: Transantral balloon dilation of the ethmoid infundibulum” ENT Journal February 2010 Volume 89, Number 2.

[ii] Stankiewicz, James, et al. “Transantral, endoscopically guided balloon dilation of the ostiomeatal complex for chronic rhinosinusitis under local anesthesia” AM J Rhinol Allergy: 23 1-00 (2009).
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