Minimally Invasive Sinus and Snoring Procedures
Don't let pain, long recovery times, and risks associated with surgery prevent you from the sinus and snoring relief you deserve!
When you've spent weeks, months, or even years dealing with your sinus issues, you begin to forget what it's like to breathe easily from your nose and go through your day without painful and obstructive sinus symptoms. Snoring can not only affect the quality of sleep you get but it can also ruin relationships. Many times, sinus, and snoring issues are connected, and both can see improvements with the right procedure.
Minimally Invasive Snoring Procedures Can Provide Relief
Have you been snoring more often lately? Has it led to sleepless nights for both you and your loved ones?Find out if our procedures are right for you
Snoring can lead to fatigue and other painful health conditions that can put a strain on your overall health and relationships. However, some people put off getting snoring treatments because they can be inconvenient and cumbersome.
At Illinois Sinus Center we offer minimally invasive procedures that can help treat your snoring.
Has a Full Night’s Sleep Become a Thing of the Past?
When dealing with chronic sinus pain and congestion, snoring can often be a side effect. If you are a chronic snorer due to sinus issues you may experience:
- Loud snoring
- Waking up often
- Headaches in the morning
- Loss of productivity
Sinus and Snoring Treatments:
When the turbinates inside your nose expand from swelling or irritation, your nasal airways become obstructed. Without the space needed for air to flow in and out of your nose, you will be forced to breathe from your mouth, your sleep may diminish, you may develop snoring, and your energy levels will decrease as a result. There are several forms of reduction, which your doctor will discuss with you to find the option that best fits your wants and needs.
Turbinate size reduction can not only open your airways, but it can help snoring sufferers avoid “anti-snore” devices such as a snoring mouthpiece, that claim to end snoring. Many snoring sufferers discover real relief after undergoing the turbinate reduction procedure.
Nasal Airway Obstruction
The Septum, Lateral Wall, and Turbinates form a triangular area known as the Nasal Valve. If any of these tissues enlarge, airway size is reduced which causes lower airflow.
A safe and minimally invasive sinusitis solution, this procedure is clinically proven to clear blockages in the sinus pathways, creating long-lasting relief from sinus pain. Through a simple, in-office procedure, you will be able to avoid painful, invasive sinus surgery while gaining relief from sinusitis with the aid of a small balloon. The balloon is inserted, inflated, and removed by one of our ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialists. Both Dr. Deitch and Dr. Musgrave are well trained and experienced with Sinuplasty. After it has been completed, you will notice almost immediate results and you will be able to resume normal activities after a short recovery period.
VIVAER® is a non-invasive procedure performed in the office for those with nasal obstruction issues. Experience a treatment for nasal airway obstruction that offers significant benefits without disadvantages. The VIVAER® procedure will permanently reshape your nasal valve area using radiofrequency energy. Total procedure time is about 15 minutes, and patients will notice improvement with breathing immediately after treatment.
Get Back to a Restful Night with a Minimally Invasive Procedure
Allergies or sinus issues can cause the turbinates in your nose to become irritated and swell, creating an obstruction. This lack of airflow will force you to breathe through your mouth, diminish your sleep, and cause you to snore.
Is your snoring caused by a narrow or blocked nasal passage? Balloon Sinuplasty is a safe and minimally invasive sinusitis solution. This procedure is clinically proven to clear blockages in the sinus pathways, creating long-lasting relief from sinus pain and snoring. Through a simple, in-office procedure, you will be able to avoid painful, invasive sinus surgery while gaining relief. After it has been completed, you will notice almost immediate results and be able to resume normal activities after a short recovery period.
VIVAER® is a non-invasive procedure performed in the office for those with nasal obstruction issues. Experience a treatment for nasal airway obstruction that offers significant benefits without disadvantages. The VIVAER® procedure will permanently reshape your nasal valve area using radiofrequency energy. The total procedure time is about 15 minutes, and patients will notice an improvement in breathing through the nose immediately after treatment.
Minimally invasive sinus and snoring procedures from Illinois Sinus Center
Illinois Sinus Center believes that relief can almost always be achieved without a lengthy surgery or procedure. Although surgeries can be necessary if there are severe issues, minimally invasive procedures are efficient and effective, and can get you back to breathing comfortably out of your nose and back on your feet in no time.
Regaining your health and freedom and putting troublesome infections of the sinuses behind you doesn't have to be painful. Relief doesn't have to require weeks of recovery and follow-up appointments. Relief can be simple.
Could any of these procedures mentioned be the right fit to stop your sinus-related suffering and snoring? Before scheduling surgery to correct your sinus issue, schedule a consultation with the experienced, caring professionals at Illinois Sinus Center to see what will work for you.I'm done with my sinus symptoms.
Snoring Relief is Possible at Illinois Sinus Center
Illinois Sinus Center believes that relief can almost always be achieved without the need for a lengthy procedure. Our minimally invasive procedures can help ease your snoring and bring back a restful night’s sleep. Schedule a visit to learn about your treatment options and to get the relief you need.Find out if our procedures are right for you.