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There are some sinus ailments that cannot be treated through medicine alone. Our expert sinus surgery team offers a wide variety of the very latest procedures to help relieve your symptoms. Please click on the treatments below to learn more about our sinus surgery options.

Septoplasty

The septum is the wall of bone and cartilage that separates the nasal cavity into two different nostrils. When the septum becomes severely deviated, one nasal passage is much smaller than the other, and that can lead to problems breathing through the nose, frequent nosebleeds, and other uncomfortable or painful symptoms. Septoplasty, also known as septal surgery, is performed to straighten a deviated or crooked nasal septum.

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Turbinate Reduction

Turbinates are the long, narrow, curled shelves of bone that protrude into the nasal cavity. When turbinates become enlarged, turbinate reduction surgery would correct nasal obstruction by reducing the size of the turbinates while preserving their natural function.

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Balloon Sinuplasty

Balloon sinuplasty is a recent breakthrough in endoscopic sinus surgery. It is a safe, effective, and less invasive surgical technique to treat chronic sinusitis and sinus pain symptoms, with fast recovery time for patients.

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Endoscopic Sinus Surgery

The most common procedure for treatment of chronic sinusitis is endoscopic sinus surgery. This procedure is performed to unblock the sinuses when drug therapy is not effective, or when sinusitis complications exist, such as structural abnormalities, spread of infection into the eye, or fungal sinusitis.

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Revision Sinus Surgery

Patients may need revision sinus surgery if they had sinus surgery in the past but still have persistent symptoms, or to remove recurring polyps. Approximately 300,000 sinus surgeries are performed every year, a significant percentage of which are revision surgeries.

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Nasal Polyp Surgery

Nasal polyps are small, teardrop-shaped growths on the lining of the nasal passages or sinuses. These growths are typically benign (non-cancerous). Dr. Zadeh will use safe surgical procedures to remove larger polyps and treat the underlying cause so polyps won't reappear.

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PROPEL Sinus Stent

The PROPEL implant is a small, flexible spring that holds the airway open following a surgical procedure. Once in place, the PROPEL stent slowly releases a corticosteroid known as mometasone furoate to promote faster healing in the surrounding tissues.

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