If you're sick of dealing with the pain, pressure and headaches of sinusitis, there's hope!
Compare the available treatments to determine which option is right for you.1
The above represent mean or average outcomes from a study comparing Balloon Sinus Dilation and sinus surgery.1
Find the relief that's right for you.
- Medication Therapy
- Balloon Sinus Dilation
- Sinus Surgery
- Pediatric Balloon Sinus Dilation
To help alleviate the sinusitis symptoms, a primary care physician will typically recommend prescription or over-the-counter medications, as well as home remedies. Learn more about medication therapies
Balloon Sinus Dilation
If you suffer from poor sinus drainage, you already know that antibiotics, decongestants, and steroids can do only so much. Balloon sinus dilation is a simple office procedure that gently expands the natural sinus openings to fix underlying drainage problems. Learn more about Balloon Sinus Dilation
Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is appropriate for some chronic sinusitis sufferers. The goal of this procedure is to improve sinus drainage by enlarging the drainage pathways. This is most often achieved by removing nasal structures and expanding the natural openings of the sinuses. Learn more about surgery options
Pediatric Balloon Sinus Dilation
If managing your child's symptoms with ongoing rounds of medication is not working, your doctor may recommend sinus surgery or balloon sinus dilation. Learn more about pediatric balloon sinus dilation.
Are you covered?
As with most procedures, eligibility of reimbursement coverage for balloon sinus dilation is based on medical necessity. See insurance providers in your state.Check Insurance Coverage
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