ETD treatment options
The cartilage lining in your eustachian tubes is very similar to the lining in your nose. This means that they will act similarly during issues like allergies, colds, and the flu.
This also means that they may respond to common sinus pain treatments like antihistamines, pain relievers, decongestants, and other medications.
However, if your symptoms last more than 10 days or you repeatedly suffer from ETD, it’s time to schedule with Pittsburgh Sinus Centers for a long-term treatment option.
Eustachian tube dilation: a minimally invasive approach to middle ear health
In the past, traditional eustachian tube surgery was invasive and came with a long recovery period. Now there’s a better option called Eustachian tube dilation.
Eustachian tube dilation is a type of balloon dilation that’s less invasive than traditional surgery and opens the tubes during a treatment performed right in the comfort of the office.
The safety and effectiveness of balloon dilation has been proven time and time again in a number of studies.
The results of the treatment include fewer complications and fast, effective relief.
Stop suffering from ear pain and fullness
If you think you’ve been suffering with ETD, now is the time to schedule with Pittsburgh Sinus Centers. We can diagnose and treat underlying ear conditions in a way that gives you lasting relief.I need relief