Since FDA approval of balloon sinuplasty in 2005, it has evolved into one of the most common procedures performed. The reason for this is two fold. Chronic sinusitis, the disease for which it was developed, is estimated to effect 1 in 7 people in the developed world. Sufferers who fail to achieve relief of their symptoms despite medical management commonly seek alternatives. Minimally invasive sinus surgery, introduced in the United States at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1985, opened up an entire surgical specialty geared towards providing a minimal downtime highly successful procedure for sinus sufferers. Balloon Sinuplasty has taken this to a new level, now allowing those procedures to be performed in the comfort of an office setting with essentially no downtime.
BALLOON SINUPLASTY CAN CHANGE YOUR BREATHING WITH VERY LITTLE DOWNTIME AND QUICK RESULTS. WATCH THE following VIDEOs TO LEARN HOW we CHANGE OUR PATIENTS LIvEs.