How Does It Work?

Balloon Sinuplasty Treatment Procedure Toms River New Jersey.  Balloon Sinuplasty, or Balloon Sinus Dilation, is a minimally invasive option that can be performed by our physician right here in our office. The goal of office Balloon Sinuplasty is to reshape anatomy to expand sinus pathways and restore drainage. Here’s how it works:

Balloon Sinuplasty Treatment Procedure Manasquan & Toms River New Jersey

The procedure utilizes small balloons placed in key places in the nose and sinus, which are then dilated to expand the sinus pathways. It may be an effective, lasting option for some patients whose symptoms do not resolve with medication.

Balloon sinuplasty is accepted as a minimally invasive treatment option when compared with a traditional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery where tissue is removed.

Contact us today for your free consultation!

The Benefits of Balloon Sinuplasty Include:

  • Delivers instant, lasting relief

  • Convenient, comfortable office procedure

  • Quick recovery—most patients return to normal activity in 24 hours

  • May reduce healthcare costs

Understanding Sinusitis

Inflammation obstructs the sinus opening, leading to mucous build-up.

Stagnant mucous contributes to bacterial growth, infection and further swelling.

Discuss your options with one of our doctors.

Our doctors are trained and experienced users of Balloon Sinuplasty technologies. Make an appointment today to determine if balloon sinus dilation is right for you.

Balloon Sinuplasty Toms River NJ

Balloon Sinuplasty FAQ

In chronic and recurrent sinusitis, blocked sinus drainage pathways can prevent effective drainage and healing. When first line medication therapies fail to resolve symptoms and inflammation, or patients experience multiple bouts of sinusitis, balloon sinus dilation may be an appropriate treatment option.

The goal of balloon sinus dilation is to expand the sinus openings and drainage pathways in order to aid drainage and promote healing. After locating the treatment area and applying local anesthesia, your physician will place the small balloon, inflate the balloon to dilate the treatment area, and then deflate and remove the balloon.

Procedure length is dependent on your specific condition and anatomy. You should expect to spend around one and a half to two hours at the office, to allow time for pretreatment preparation and post treatment examination. Consult your physician to better understand the details of your procedure.

Office based procedures performed under local anesthesia allow you to avoid the negative effects, costs or risks associated with general anesthesia.

Balloon sinus dilation can be performed under local anesthesia, in an office.

In certain circumstances, balloon sinus dilation may also be used in combination with modern sinus surgery tools. In these instances, it may be performed in an operating room, under general anesthesia.

Many patients can resume normal activities immediately. Your doctor may recommend you refrain from very strenuous activities (such as heavy lifting) for a week after the treatment.

As with any medical intervention, potential risks and complications exist with balloon sinus dilation. All patients should consult their doctors to determine if their conditions present any special risks. Your physician will review potential complications of balloon sinus dilation at consultation. Possible side effects include but are not limited to post-operative bleeding; pain and swelling; allergic reaction to anesthesia or other medications administered during the procedure; or infection.  Your condition may not respond to this treatment.

Only your physician can tell you if balloon sinus dilation is a viable option to treat your sinusitis. Experience has shown that many patients with recurring or persistent sinusitis can be treated with balloon sinus dilation.

Balloon sinus dilation is a minimally invasive treatment for chronic or recurrent sinusitis. In a balloon sinus dilation procedure, your physician uses a small balloon to dilate or expand the sinus opening and drainage pathways to restore sinus drainage.

Balloon sinus dilation can be performed in an office, under local anesthesia.