Spring, Better Known as Allergy Season, is Literally in the Air; Get Ready for another Month of Sniffling, Sneezing, Sinus Pressure and Sinus Drainage

May 3, 2014

Noting that patients are experiencing more allergy symptoms leading to worsening chronic sinusitis than ever before, Dr. Kevin Sadati has created a tip sheet to help patients understand their treatment options. Minimally invasive balloon sinus dilation is a sinus treatment option for patients throughout Newport Beach and the Orange County area who are suffering from unpleasant chronic sinus problems.

Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 03, 2014

Allergy season is on the horizon, and more people who have sinusitis in Orange County are impacted by this season’s allergies than ever before due to warmer climates. Whether a person is allergic to rag weed, pollen or pet dander, the time of year is about to arrive where the winds pick up and kick everyone’s allergies into high gear leading to worsening chronic sinus disease.

While there are plenty of over-the-counter medications available, that are designed to help mask allergy symptoms, Dr. Kevin Sadati recently announced that there’s a new non-invasive sinus procedure available that is highly successful when it comes to treating the worst of sinus related symptoms.

“Balloon sinus dilation is a, minimally invasive, sinus procedure that is performed in office to dilate sinus passages, and therefore patients who opt to have it performed find immediate and long lasting relief from their sinus issues. This treatment option is becoming increasingly popular among those who suffer from chronic sinusitis throughout the entire allergy season,” explains Dr. Kevin Sadati.

One in five Americans experience symptoms of either asthma or allergies at one point throughout the year, and 55 percent of the population in this county have tested positive for at least one type of allergen. These facts and statistics prove that allergies are a prevalent issue throughout the county, and many people are looking to find relief from symptoms such as headache, stuffy nose, sneezing, coughing, sinus pressure and pain.

How can balloon sinus dilation help sinus disease?

Balloon sinus dilation is a treatment for chronic or recurring sinusitis, widely known as a sinus infection that lasts at least 8 weeks or reoccurs multiple times in a year. Balloon sinus dilation quickly, easily and efficiently widens the sinus passageways. It is a non-invasive procedure that is performed by a qualified ENT surgeon. This in-office procedure can be completed utilizing local anesthesia and oral sedation medication. During the actual procedure, a small balloon catheter is gently inserted into the patient’s numbed nose and directed toward the sinus opening. Once it is in place, the tiny balloon is inflated and the passageways are widened, allowing the sinuses to drain properly and any infection to be cleared.

Patients find that after having balloon sinus dilation performed that they experience immediate relief from their worst sinus symptoms. The best part is this relief will continue to last! Balloon sinus dilation is known for its long-term success and immediate results.

“As an ENT specialist and sinus surgeon, I have found that this innovative balloon sinus dilation procedure is beneficial for many types of patients. The fact that it targets narrow sinus openings, the cause of many sinus symptoms, helps tremendously in providing relief to my patients. Not to forget that patients love the fact that they are receiving long-term results from this quick and easy in-office sinus procedure,” notes Dr. Kevin Sadati.

Patients are interested in balloon sinus dilation are invited to set up a consultation with Dr. Kevin Sadati. You can find relief from sinus pressure and pain too!

Those who are seeking additional information about the upcoming allergy season and balloon sinus dilation are invited to contact Dr. Kevin Sadati’s office today. Visit our website at http://www.drkevinsadati.com.

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