Sinus Treatment in the Phoenix area

You deserve to be sinus free and live life to the fullest

If sinus pain or sinusitis can’t be treated with medication, the Phoenix Sinus Center may suggest sinus surgery. Surgery might be an appropriate response if:

  • Acute sinusitis hasn’t responded to other treatments, like antibiotics.
  • You have a chronic sinus infection, an infection that lasts eight weeks or longer.
  • You suffer from recurring sinus infections.
  • Nasal polyps or sinus allergies have caused swelling of the sinuses.
  • Do I need Sinus Surgery?
  • Types of Sinus Surgery
  • Nasal Polyp Treatment

What are the types of Sinus Surgery?

The goal of sinus surgery is to reduce the inflammation of the sinuses to improve drainage and treat sinusitis. Sinus surgery is often performed in addition to other sinus treatments including medication and nasal sprays or rinses. Your ENT will discuss necessary care and treatments after sinus surgery.

Learn More About the Types of Sinus Surgeries

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

The narrow sinus passages that need to be treated are usually determined before endoscopic sinus surgery. During the surgery, a small telescope is used to view the nose and sinuses. The sinus channels that are blocked are then enlarged by the removal of obstructive or abnormal sinus tissues. The nasal septum can be straightened as well. With your sinus passages opened, sinus infections are reduced because fluid is able to drain naturally.

Image Guided Endoscopic Surgery

In some cases, the endoscopic sinus surgery may be done using image guidance technology. CT scans are combined with real-time information to help sinus surgeons navigate through the sinus passages. This provides a more precise vision of the surgical procedure and reduces the risk of damaging the eye, brain, or arteries.

Balloon Sinuplasty

Another procedure commonly done to open the nasal passages is Balloon Sinuplasty. During this minimally invasive sinus procedure, the narrowed sinuses are expanded with a balloon. The balloon is first positioned in the blocked sinus passage and then inflated to widen the walls of your sinuses. After the balloon is removed, your sinuses are able to drain and the sinusitis is usually treated successfully.

Learn more about Balloon Sinuplasty

Do you have Sinusitis Symptoms and live near Phoenix?

Request an appointment online or call (602) 224-7924 with Phoenix Sinus Center and we will discuss necessary care and treatments after sinus surgery.