Balloon Sinuplasty

You Don’t Need Painful Surgery for Long-Term Sinus Relief

Each year, you’re impacted by sinus pain, headaches, loss of productivity, and time away from the people and activities that you love. The long-term impacts of your sinus pain are taking a significant toll on your physical and emotional health.

However, you keep putting off getting long-term treatment because that means a painful surgery and a long recovery time. Now, there is a better option called Balloon Sinuplasty.

Will I Benefit from Balloon Sinuplasty?

If you’re suffering from chronic sinus pain that you can’t seem to get rid of for more than a day or two at a time, Balloon Sinuplasty may be right for you. Chronic sinus pain symptoms include:

  • Chronic nasal congestion, or stuffiness
  • Persistent nasal blockage or obstruction
  • Difficulty breathing through the nose
  • Difficulty sleeping, snoring, and fatigue
  • Inability to get enough air during activities
I want long-lasting relief from sinus pain
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Does Balloon Sinuplasty work?

Balloon sinuplasty is a safe and minimally-invasive solution to treat your sinusitis and provide long-term pain relief. Sinus balloon surgery is a safe and clinically-proven in-office procedure that involves no incisions, minimal pain, and a quick recovery.

It’s been FDA approved since 2005, has helped hundreds of thousands of people, and is considered a permanent fix with over 95% of people still happy with the results over five years later.

How Bad Are Your Sinuses?

You've suffered for years from recurring sinus infections. The stuffy nose, bad breath, congestion, pain, and pressure simply don't seem to go away. You're out of options for relief on your own. Time for a change!

Evaluate your symptoms to find out if you're a candidate for a procedure called Balloon Sinuplasty, which greatly reduces the suffering experienced by chronic sinusitis patients.

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Life Before Balloon Sinuplasty

Before Balloon Sinuplasty, sinus sufferers are often at a loss for how to get long-term relief. They want to avoid surgery but medication either causes unwanted side effects or doesn’t provide relief any longer. Balloon Sinuplasty is a budget-friendly, minimally invasive way to get relief.

Balloon Sinuplasty is suited for patients who do not respond to treatment with medication or have frequent sinus issues.These individuals have endured extended periods of pain as well as the physical and emotional tolls that accompany chronic illness.

Balloon Sinus Dilation includes three simple steps:

Locate area of clogged sinuses

Before

Inflate the balloon catheter.
Symptoms of sinusitis are cleared and drainage is restored

After

Life After Balloon Sinuplasty

The Balloon Sinuplasty Procedure is safe, effective, and can be done in the comfort of our office. This means that you won’t have to deal with an uncomfortable hospital situation or pay those unwanted hospital fees.

Recovery time has been noted in some patient reviews as the best they’ve ever experienced. Most patients resume activities after 24 to 48 hours. Patients also note that there are minimal side effects and few complications.

Balloon Sinuplasty Allows You To:

  • Avoid the hospital with an in-office procedure
  • Achieve long-lasting relief from sinus pain
  • Afford to take control of your future with cost-effective solutions
  • Awaken to a new life and breathe easily again

Don’t Continue to Suffer from Chronic Sinusitis Symptoms

If your chronic sinus infections have left you dealing with headaches, lack of sleep, loss of productivity, and overall discomfort, contact us today to discover how Balloon Sinuplasty can help you return to living life your way. You don’t have to suffer — and sniffle — in silence. You can schedule an office visit with our sinus ENT experts right herein Schaumburg, Illinois, to see if you are a candidate for this life-changing procedure.

Find out if Balloon Sinuplasty is right for you.
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