In Office Balloon Sinuplasty Los Angeles, Glendale and Beverly Hills

If you suffer from sinusitis and other sinus-related problems, you are familiar with the relentless pressure and swelling in your sinuses that can give you headaches, and in some individuals, earaches, dental pain, and pain in your jaws and cheeks. Sinus headaches are often at their worst in the morning because fluids have been collecting all night long. For some people, the usual medications don’t alleviate the problem, and even when it does, the results are temporary.

Dr. Michael Bublik, a triple board-certified physician in Facial Plastic Surgery and Ear, Nose, Throat Surgery and Allergy, has successfully treated patients who had been at their wits’ end and had tried several treatments before coming to his practice. Dr. Bublik’s patients are helped by the most advanced technologies and expertise in surgical and noninvasive sinus treatments.

The Common Symptoms Of Sinusitis Include:

Dr. Bublik has been offering to his chronic sinus-suffering patients a very successful non-surgical treatment known as Balloon Sinuplasty. Balloon Sinuplasty is a technique that offers an alternative to sinus surgery. Sinus surgery aims to clear blocked sinuses and restore normal sinus drainage. The procedure removes bone and tissue to enlarge the sinus opening; the removal of bone and tissue may lead to a longer recovery time. In contrast, with Balloon Sinuplasty, instead of the surgical removal of bone and tissue, Dr. Bublik uses balloons to gently dilate the sinus openings. This technique is similar to angioplasty, the use of balloons to open blocked blood vessels.

In-office Balloon Sinuplasty, an FDA approved technique, may the right option for those patients who suffer from recurrent sinus infections or barosinusitis (facial pain caused by sinus pressure or stuffiness). Dr. Bublik’s practice has also been successful in using Balloon Sinuplasty for those patients who suffer from rhinogenic headaches or migraines caused by congestion in the nose or sinuses.

How Is The Procedure Done?

The in-office procedure starts by using a nasal spray with an anesthetic agent to begin the numbing process. Shortly afterwards Dr. Bublik will place cotton soaked in a topical agent to further numb the patient’s nose and sinuses. During the painless procedure, the Sinus Balloon is gradually inflated to gently restructure the previously blocked sinus opening which helps to restore normal sinus drainage and function. Treatment time varies from 5-15 minutes depending on the complexity of the case, and most patients feel comfortable enough to leave our office and return to work or school the same day or the next. After the procedure, most patients report immediate relief and very little discomfort.

Isn’t it time for you to address your sinus problems and improve your quality of life? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Bublik to determine if you are a good candidate for an in-office Balloon Sinuplasty.

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