Your nose has three pairs of nasal turbinates that filter, warm, and moisten air as it passes through the nose. Chronic allergies or sinus infections cause turbinates to become inflamed, which can obstruct airflow and result in mucus buildup, congestion, facial pressure, difficulty breathing, and other nasal issues.
Nasal turbinate reduction surgery improves airflow by reducing the size of swollen turbinates without damaging their natural filtering capabilities. Patients have the option of undergoing this procedure in the office or in the operating room, recovering in as little as one week.
Fewer Side Effects
We perform minimally invasive procedures that are low-risk, less painful, and highly successful.
Some patients can return to work or school right after the procedure with only minor discomfort.
Renewed Quality of Life
Patients notice a difference in just a few weeks and continue to experience improvement months after surgery.
Flexibility and Convenience
Flexible appointment times and payment options are available for your convenience.