Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) is a term coined in the mid-1980's to describe an updated form of opening the paranasal sinuses.
Expectations of Sinus Surgery
Endoscopic sinus surgery is typically an outpatient procedure that is well-tolerated. Click here to find out what to expect following surgery.
Complications of Nasal and Sinus Surgery
Complications can occur during sinus and nasal surgery; it is important for a patient undergoing surgery to understand these potential risks.
Septoplasty and Turbinate Reduction
Septoplasty and turbinate reduction are procedures to improve nasal breathing. They are described in this article.
Balloon sinuplasty can be an effective tool to improve chronic rhinosinusitis symptoms in selected patients. Find out if its right for you.
CSF Leak Repair
A brain fluid leak can be dangerous. Luckily, most brain fluid leaks can be fixed through your nose. Find out how.
Biologic therapies are state-of-the-art medications that can effectively reduce symptoms of nasal polyps in patients with severe disease
Sinonasal irrigations are commonly used for patients with chronic sinus symptoms. They can also be used to deliver topical medications.
A small endoscope can be used to assess the nasal cavity and sinuses. Click here to learn more about this safe and effective procedure.
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