For those who have spent years dealing with the symptoms of chronic sinusitis, balloon sinuplasty in Dallas/Fort Worth with Dr. Trimble offers a less invasive option for chronic sinusitis treatment. Unlike occasional sinus infections, chronic sinusitis sufferers sometimes deal with debilitating symptoms for years, and are often misdiagnosed by physicians, as the symptoms are similar to other, less chronic illnesses. For those that have suffered with pain, pressure, fatigue, and dizziness, sinus balloon surgery offers long-term sinus relief.
Symptoms of Chronic Sinusitis
Often, patients with chronic sinusitis are misdiagnosed, as many of the symptoms are similar to the common cold. However, if you have undergone constant rounds of antibiotics or have a medicine cabinet full of decongestants and nasal sprays, you may be suffering from chronic sinusitis – an inflammation of the sinus lining that prevents normal drainage Symptoms of chronic sinusitis include headaches, facial pressure Â that may worsen when bending, tooth pain, and dizziness In addition, symptoms that may differentiate chronic sinusitis from the common cold are the presence of a yellow or green discharge, bad breath, and reduced sense of smell. The duration of the symptoms also differentiates between acute sinusitis, which can last up to four weeks, compared to chronic sinusitis, which can last for more than three months. For those sufferers, balloon sinus ostial dilation in Dallas/ Fort Worth offers a solution.
Long-Term Solution for Chronic Sinusitis
Many patients spend years dealing with the symptoms of chronic sinusitis. Many miss family activities; others miss days at work, while still more chronic sinusitis sufferers are unable to work out due to the pain and pressure. Balloon sinuplasty is a short, minimally invasive treatment that offers a long-term solution to chronic sinusitis.
Experts in Balloon Sinuplasty – Dallas / Fort Worth
Using a catheter and a balloon that is only 16mm long (5/8 inch), Dr. Trimble restructures restricted sinus passageways, allowing sinuses to drain, which provides immediate relief from sinus pain and pressure. Patients recover quickly, with almost all returning to work the next day. On average, the procedure takes an hour or less, and is performed in the physician’s office. In addition, most major insurance companies and Medicare cover the procedure.
With 93 percent of patients undergoing balloon sinuplasty in Dallas/ Fort Worth achieving successful outcomes, anyone who suffers from the symptoms of chronic sinusitis needs to investigate whether sinus balloon surgery is right for them. For more information on balloon sinuplasty in Dallas, Fort Worth, Keller, and Southlake, feel free to visit SouthlakeSinusandSnoringCenter.com.
Please call Dr. Monty Trimble's office at 817-251-9930 to set up an appointment or submit an online appointment request.