Sinusitis is defined as an inflammation of the sinus lining, and is commonly caused by structural issues such as ostial
blockage, bacterial infections, viral infections or a combination of these. For many patients, symptoms vary and may include
nasal congestion, facial discomfort, nasal discharge, headache and fatigue. Sinusitis is considered acute when symptoms last
4 weeks or less and chronic when it lasts 12 weeks or longer.
Balloon Sinus Dilation is safe and effective procedure for chronic sinusitis patients who are not responding well to medications and seeking
relief from uncomfortable and painful sinusitis symptoms.
In Balloon Sinus Dilation ENT surgeons open inflamed sinuses in the same way that heart surgeons open up blocked arteries during
Meril Balloon Sinus Dilation is less invasive than traditional sinus surgery and effective at relieving symptoms of chronic sinusitis. Meril
Balloon Sinus Dilation allows patients to return to normal activities quickly unlike conventional sinus surgery . Meril sinus surgery does not
include removal of bones or tissue from the nose.
In Balloon Sinus Dilation, inflamed sinuses are opened. After Sinus Dilation the sinuses remain open, allowing the return of normal sinus
drainage and relief of sinus pressure.