Widens the sinus opening to allow air to circulate and mucus to drain.
Have you experienced any of the following symptoms for 12 consecutive weeks or longer and are over the age of 18?
Balloon sinus dilation is performed by an ENT surgeon using a balloon catheter. It can be performed in an ENT’s office under local anesthesia with less pain, swelling, and blood loss than traditional sinus surgery.1 Patients may also experience a quicker recovery time.
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