Finally, chronic sinusitis relief!


Minimally invasive surgery with placement of the revolutionary PROPEL® sinus stent provides relief for people with chronic sinusitis.


On a GOOD DAY, sinusitis diminishes life
On a BAD DAY, it disrupts it


Sinusitis is an exhausting condition that can have a challenging path to relief. Sinusitis can rob the sense of smell and taste. It can make it difficult to breathe and impossible to sleep.* 



When you suffer from chronic sinusitis, the symptoms that impact your life are real, painful and frustrating. Thankfully there are new sinusitis treatment options and advances to open up the sinuses—and keep them open.

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Stop chronic sinusitis at the source

Chronic sinusitis is inflammation or swelling of the sinus cavities that blocks air flow and drainage and lasts more than 12 weeks. To find relief, the blockage needs to be removed and the sinus openings enlarged to allow air to circulate and mucus to drain. Minimally invasive sinus surgery can be an effective treatment for chronic sinusitis because it removes any blockages and widens the sinus openings.

The PROPEL® sinus stent has been proven to improve the results of sinus surgery by minimizing post-operative inflammation.1

Surgery opens the sinuses, PROPEL keeps it open

PROPEL is a small sinus stent coated with an anti-inflammatory medicine that is placed after sinus surgery. The spring-like design allows it to securely prop the sinuses open, and deliver medicine directly to the sinus tissue. Minimally invasive sinus surgery with PROPEL is clinically proven to provide relief to people with chronic sinusitis.* PROPEL SAFETY INFORMATION

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Why find an ENT physician ?

If you suffer from chronic sinus infections, you may need to see an ENT physician, who is also called an ear, nose, and throat doctor or an otolaryngologist. These specialized physicians are experts in both the medical and surgical management of chronic sinusitis.

Intersect ENT makes information about physicians and facilities that offer PROPEL® sinus stents available. Physicians and facilities are listed based upon proximity to the zip code you have entered.

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Sinusitis is a complex and frustrating disease. But learning about the causes, symptoms and treatments available can help you find the solution that is best for you.

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* PROPEL is not intended to treat deficits associated with smell, taste or sleep.

1. National Health Interview Survey 2012


Safety Information

The purpose of the site is to help create awareness about sinusitis and treatment options for the disease. Please note that information contained on this site is not medical advice. It should not be used as a substitute for speaking with your physician. Always talk with your physician about diagnosis and treatment information.

The PROPEL sinus implants are intended for use after sinus surgery to maintain patency and to locally deliver steroids to the sinus mucosa: PROPEL for use in the ethmoid sinus, PROPEL Mini for use in the ethmoid sinus and frontal sinus opening, and PROPEL Contour for use in the frontal and maxillary sinus ostia. The implants are intended for use in patients ≥18 years of age. Contraindications include patients with intolerance to mometasone furoate (MF) or a hypersensitivity to bioabsorbable polymers. Safety and effectiveness of the implants in pregnant or nursing females have not been studied. Risks may include, but are not limited to, pain/pressure, displacement of implant, possible side effects of intranasal MF, sinusitis, epistaxis, and infection. For complete prescribing information see IFU at www.IntersectENT.com. Rx only.

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