When Balloon Sinuplasty Is Necessary

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When Balloon Sinuplasty Is Necessary

If you’re someone who deals with consistent sinus issues, you understand the pain and pressure that comes with a sinus headache. You may find that no matter what you do, your sinus issues always come back. There’s a new way to treat sinusitis in a minimally invasive way and not have to worry about pain and pressure caused by a sinus headache. Dr. Arthur Katz in Merrillville and Munster, IN, and Olympia Fields, IL, can explain how balloon sinuplasty works and when it may be needed!

Signs That You May Need a Balloon Sinuplasty

If you deal with sinusitis, that may not necessarily mean that you would benefit from a balloon sinuplasty from your ENT doctor in Merrillville and Munster, IN, and Olympia Fields, IL. If you’ve tried every other conventional form of treatment and nothing seems to help, it may be time for you to learn about balloon sinuplasty.

You’ll benefit from balloon sinuplasty if you deal with chronic sinus or nasal problems, headaches and pressure around the eyes, stuffiness, difficulty breathing through your nose or a lingering bad taste in your mouth. You can also benefit if you have recurring sinus infections that can’t seem to be relieved by medications alone.

Balloon sinuplasty is minimally invasive and doesn’t require any cutting. You’ll be sedated throughout the entire procedure and you should start noticing a difference fairly quickly. You’ll be able to breathe normally and avoid pain and pressure caused by a sinus infection or headache.

Contact Your ENT Doctor Today!

Don’t let chronic sinus infections rule your life. Contact Dr. Arthur Katz in Merrillville and Munster, IN, and Olympia Fields, IL, to learn how a balloon sinuplasty can help relieve the symptoms associated with your chronic sinus infections. Call today for more information at (219) 934-9396 for the office in Munster, IN, (219) 769-8441 for the office in Merrillville, IN, and (708) 747-6900 for the office in Olympia Fields, IL.