Breathing through your nose has become nearly impossible

Balloon Sinuplasty for Sinus Sufferers

The sinus pain never seems to go away. You’re constantly:

  • Stuffy
  • Struggling to breathe through your nose
  • Fatigued during the day
  • Breathing through your mouth while exercising

Does this sound familiar?

You may suffer from an undiagnosed condition called Nasal Airway Obstruction (NAO). NAO can make it difficult to breathe through one or both nostrils. It can also lead to other underlying health conditions and impact your sleep quality, leaving you exhausted.

Signs you’re suffering from Nasal Airway Obstruction

  • You often have nasal congestion or stuffiness
  • You often have trouble breathing through your nose
  • You often have trouble sleeping
  • You often can’t get enough air through your nose during exercise

If you suffer from any of these symptoms, even moderately, you should schedule an appointment with Pittsburgh Sinus Centers.

Our ENT Specialist, Dr Sam Mathur, can recommend other options for your sinus relief.

NAO treatment: VivAer®

 There is now a minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment for Nasal Airway Obstruction.

How does VivAer® work?

VivAer® uses radio frequency energy to shrink the excessive nasal tissue that’s causing your obstruction. This minimally invasive treatment is effective, results in minimal discomfort, and gets you back to feeling better in no time.

How effective is it?

VivAer® has proven very effective. In fact, a clinical study performed showed that one VivAer® treatment could still provide results over two years later.

  • 97% of patients experienced significant improvement in nasal breathing
  • 94% of patients improved their ability to get air through their nose during exercise
  • 89% of patients reported getting better sleep

Don’t continue living with congestion and stuffiness

You don’t have to live with sinus pain. At Pittsburgh Sinus Centers, we offer treatments that can provide lasting relief.

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