Sinuplasty San Antonio | Minimally Invasive Sinus Surgery

Sinuplasty San Antonio

Balloon Sinuplasty San Antonio is a sinus procedure performed in the office through a minimally invasive approach. Sinuplasty San Antonio ENT and Facial Plastic Surgeon Dr. Jose Barrera, MD reopens the sinus pathways and restores drainage to deliver immediate and long lasting relief to recurrent and chronic sinusitis sufferers. In balloon

sinuplasty San Antonio, Dr. Barrera seeks to reshape anatomy by inflating small balloons in key places in the nose and sinus to expand sinus pathways and restore drainage.

Sinuplasty San Antonio: Break your sinusitis routine

Poor sinus drainage leads to infection and discomfort.  Blockage in the sinuses from inflammation or infection is the source of persistent or recurring sinus pain. Antibiotics, decongestants, and steroids can be used to minimize the discomfort of symptoms, but they do not fix the underlying drainage problem.
By restoring sinus drainage, Balloon Sinuplasty San Antonio can provide lasting sinus relief to qualified patients, and the sinusitis cycle.

Balloon Sinus Dilation: Quick recovery, lasting results

Performed under local anesthesia, balloon sinuplasty San Antonio offers a new, in-office choice to sinusitis patients. Patients who have received the balloon sinus dilation procedure have experienced significant improvement in sinusitis symptoms, and 90% return to normal activity within 48 hours.
Dr. Jose Barrera is an Ear, nose and throat specialists in San Antonio that has been trained on these innovative procedures.
To learn more about the clinical evidence supporting the benefits of balloon sinus dilation, and learn more about potential risks, visit the Clinical Results page.

Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Results

Functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) is a surgical procedure used by ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgeons in some chronic sinusitis patients to improve sinus drainage by enlarging the drainage pathways.
This is most often achieved through the surgical removal of nasal structures and expansion of sinus ostia, the natural openings of the sinus. While FESS involves the removal of some existing structures in the nasal passageways, ENT surgeons work to preserve the lining of the sinus, called mucosa, because it plays an important role in drainage. Connect with Dr. Jose Barrera, MD and Learn more about FESS.
Balloon sinus dilation and Balloon Sinuplasty San Antonio, in addition to being a stand alone procedure, is often used in combination with traditional sinus surgery tools as a part of a FESS procedure. A turbinate reduction can also be performed in the office with sinuplasty san antonio or with traditional FESS in the operating room.