In-Office Nasal Procedures at Capo Nose and Sinus Center
As medical technology advances, minimally invasive procedures are leading the way for sinus treatments. Minimally invasive procedures allow the patient to experience quick relief without any of the pains that traditional surgery may come with. Some minimally invasive procedures offered at Capo Nose and Sinus Center include:
ClariFix ® is a safe new innovative treatment that uses cryotherapy to provide relief from nasal blockages and chronic rhinitis.
How does ClariFix® work?
Your chronic rhinitis may be caused by the nerves in your nose becoming hyperactive and sending out excessive signals that cause your nose to react like it’s fighting an illness. ClariFix® quickly freezes the area that is responsible for your chronic symptoms.
Is ClariFix® long-lasting?
The cryotherapy method used during the ClariFix® procedure has shown that it can provide long-term relief. In fact, a clinical study has shown that 4 out of 5 people reported long-lasting improvement.
Latera® is a modern-day nasal valve collapse treatment. It is an absorbable implant that can reduce your nasal obstruction symptoms by supporting your lateral nasal cartilage. It is a convenient and effective option that can improve your quality of life.
The Latera® Implant: How is it put in and how long does it last?
The Latera® implant is placed during a short in-office procedure that allows you to avoid the pains of traditional surgery. The implant is typically absorbed over the course of about 18 months. During this time, your lateral nasal tissues become rigid to support the nasal valve.
Latera® has shown clinical success
Latera® has been very successful at treating lateral wall and nasal valve collapses. Patients have seen enjoyment and improvement in several areas, including reduced nasal congestion, higher quality of sleep, and improved nasal airflow.
Deviated septum surgery, also known as Septoplasty, is a procedure that aims to straighten the bone and cartilage that divides the space between your nostrils. A deviated septum can make it more difficult to breathe through your nose, lead to poor drainage, and consequently increase the risk of sinus infections.
You will likely find it easier to breathe after completely healing from surgery. Schedule with Dr. Capo to discuss what Septoplasty can do for you.
Balloon sinuplasty is a safe and effective long-term treatment option for chronic sinusitis. Balloon Sinuplasty opens the sinuses allowing the patient to breathe easily and restoring natural mucus flow. It has helped thousands of people experience fewer sinus infections.
The Balloon Sinuplasty Procedure
Balloon Sinuplasty truly treats the source of your chronic sinusitis, a nasal blockage. During the minimally invasive procedure, your doctor will insert a small balloon into the blocked passage. The balloon is then inflated which gently opens the nasal passage and allows for the infection to be cleaned out. Once the natural flow is restored you should see immediate relief.
Balloon Sinuplasty is a great long-term solution.
The procedure is done in the comfort of your doctor’s office and has been proven to result in high-quality long-term relief. Since the nasal passage is opened, your mucus will be able to drain better resulting in fewer infections and symptoms.
Let Capo Nose and Sinus Center help you choose the in-office procedure that is right for you.
If you are dealing with chronic sinus infections and symptoms we can help. At Capo Nose and Sinus Center, we will work with you to determine the best treatment plan for your issues. If you want to learn more about the in-office procedures we offer, schedule an appointment today.