Balloon Sinuplasty

(Balloon Sinus Dilation)

Sinus infections make you feel miserable!

Still fighting that persistent headache?  Turning into a mouth breather because of sinus congestion?  Just tired of dealing with it all?

If you've tried all the usual medications, antibiotics and nasal sprays but just can't get rid of your chronic sinus infections, you now have an alternative that really works.  Balloon Sinuplasty (also known as balloon sinus dilation) is a simple office procedure that can significantly improve sinus infection symptoms. It's quick and can give you the long-lasting relief you've been wanting! 1, 2, 3, 4

How does Balloon Sinuplasty (Balloon Sinus Dilation) Work?

The Procedure:

After our ENT specialists have identified the area of sinus blockage, they will insert a tiny balloon on a flexible catheter into the correct position.  The balloon will be inflated briefly to open the sinus passageway.  Once the blocked area has been reshaped, the balloon will be deflated and removed.

The Result:

After dilation the passageway remains open, restoring airflow, drainage and normal sinus function. Many patients experience immediate relief.

After having the procedure, Vernon found his sinuses and symptoms have improved significantly.  He considers the procedure a “minor inconvenience” with a major step up in lifestyle quality.

Please note: every patient is unique, and your results may vary.

How Bad Are Your Sinus Symptoms?

Do you suffer with headaches, facial pain, sinus pressure, and difficulty breathing because of clogged sinuses?

Take the quiz now to learn more about your level of sinus symptoms

An advanced and proven treatment to restore your quality of life

Balloon Sinuplasty offers you real benefits. 1,2,3,4,5

  • Minimally invasive, no cutting, no tissue removal, no nasal packing
  • Performed in the office with local anesthesia
  • No hospital stay, no general anesthesia, no hospital expense
  • Takes about an hour, you go home as soon as you are comfortable
  • Many patients experience immediate relief
  • Fast and easy recovery – most people return to work the next day
  • 97% of patients report long-term improvement in symptoms and quality of life
Parents and 3 young children enjoying an outing of kickball - free from sinus infections.

If you are suffering with the misery of chronic sinus infections, take the first step to improve your health. Consult with one of our ENT specialists at Indianapolis Sinus Center for an accurate diagnosis and to find out if you are a candidate for balloon sinuplasty (balloon sinus dilation).  Don't put off the opportunity to feel good again!

Call us to start on the road to better health and a better quality of life.

Indianapolis Sinus Center

(317) 824-9935

Important Safety Information:
Balloon Sinuplasty Technology is intended for use by or under the direction of a physician.  Consult your physician for a full discussion of associated risks and benefits of Balloon Sinuplasty Technology and to determine whether this procedure is right for you.

  1. Gould J; Alexander I; Tomkin E; Brodner D. In-office, multi-sinus balloon dilation: 1-Year outcomes from a prospective, multicenter, open-label trial. American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy doi: 10.2500/ajra.2014.28.4043.
  2. Levine S, Truitt T, Schwartz M, Atkins J. Ann. In-office stand-alone balloon dilation of maxillary sinus ostia ethmoid infundibula in adults with chronic or recurrent acute rhinosinusitis: A prospective, multi-institutional study with 1-year follow-up. Otol Rhinol Laryngol 122(11):665-671, 2013.
  3. Karanfilov B, et al. Office-Based balloon sinus dilation: a prospective, multicenter study of 203 patients. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2013 May;3(5):404-11. doi: 10.1002/alr.21112. Epub 2012 Nov 7
  4. Weiss RL, Church CA, Kuhn FA, Levine HL, Sillers MJ, Vaughan WC. Long term outcome analysis of balloon catheter sinusotomy: two-year follow-up. Oto-Head and Neck Surg. 2008 Sep; 139(3 Suppl 3); S38-S46.
  5. Levine et al. Multicenter Registry of Balloon Catheter Sinusotomy Outcomes for 1,036 Patients, Annals of Otology, Rhinology, and Laryngology, 2008, Vol. 117, pp. 263-270.