Sinus Care

Balloon Sinus Dilation Procedure

Help is now available for patients suffering from sinus pressure. Balloon Sinus Dilation is an in-office procedure that offers instant, lasting relief and quick recovery. Sinus pressure sufferers now have a better option than sinus surgery.

Diagram of options for sinusitis treatments
What to expect during balloon sinus dilation

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD) affects an estimated 5% of the adult population. The Eustachian tube is a narrow tube which links the back of the nose to the middle ear, which is normally closed but opens when we swallow, yawn or chew. ETD happens when the Eustachian tube is not functioning properly and cause symptoms such as ear pain, pressure, fullness, dizziness, popping, ringing, or muffled sounds in the affected ear(s). This outpatient procedure uses a small balloon inserted through the nose to dilate the Eustachian tube. Once dilated, the balloon is deflated and removed, and the patient is ready to go back to work the next day. 

Nasal Obstructions

There are three major causes of nasal obstruction: 1. Deviated septum 2. Inflamed turbinates 3. Collapse of the nasal valve

Read more about snoring and nasal obstructions from the transcript on Dr. Robinson's Snoring Facebook Live.

Chronic Nasal Congestion or Drippage

A new available device uses freezing power to freeze the nerves inside the nose that control the swelling of nasal turbinates. It's a simple procedure to help you breathe better that can be done in the office.