Drippy Nose?

Drippy NosePosted December 23rd, 2019

Excess mucus in the nose can be caused by a wide variety of medical conditions. Some of these medical conditions may be acute, such as the flu, or chronic, such as allergies. Certain conditions may be both, such as inflammation of the sinuses. These conditions are treated conservatively with medications such as nasal sprays, antibiotics, and antihistamines. Treatment of sinus symptoms in particular can be treated with minimally invasive in-office procedures such as balloon sinuplasty or in the operating room with functional endoscopic sinus surgery.

If you have tried some of these treatments and are still experiencing a persistent runny nose, you may have chronic rhinitis. Chronic rhinitis can be caused by an overactivity of the nerve in the back of your nose that controls mucus production.

Dr. Bublik offers a state-of-the-art, minimally invasive procedure called ClariFix specifically targeted to treat symptoms of chronic rhinitis. ClariFix utilizes cryotherapy directly applied to the overactive nerve, causing disruption of its signals to produce excess mucus. This in-office procedure is performed in 5 minutes without anesthesia and minimal pain and bleeding.

Request an appointment to schedule your consultation with Dr. Michael Bublik

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