You can finally experience sinus relief!
Balloon Sinuplasty is a minimally invasive endoscopic procedure used to treat chronic sinusitis. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the lining within the paranasal sinuses. Once inflamed, the sinus cavities become a fertile ground for viruses, bacteria, and occasionally fungi to grow, resulting in infection. If it becomes chronic there may be a structural problem in the nose or sinuses. In those cases, a balloon sinuplasty may be recommended.
Breathe Better, Live Better.
Sinus surgery is performed to remove blockages and enlarge the openings that drain the sinuses. The sinuses are the hollow spaces behind the bones of the upper face, which can become blocked and inflamed, causing a buildup of mucus. This procedure can effectively treat conditions such as persistent nasal congestion, recurring sinus infections, polyps and tumors. Patients may turn to surgery to treat chronic sinus conditions or after other treatments including medications and nasal sprays have been unsuccessful in relieving symptoms.
Finally A Better Night’s Sleep.
Sleep apnea is a breathing disorder in which one or more pauses or shallow breathing occurs while sleeping. The airway is either narrow, causing disruptive snoring, or completely obstructed (obstructive sleep apnea), causing the sleeper to gasp and wake up fully or partially.
Get Back In Tune With The World Around You
Hearing loss is the sudden or gradual decrease in hearing. Hearing loss can be mild or severe, reversible, temporary or permanent, and may affect one or both ears. The most common cause of hearing loss is age, affecting up to 25 percent of people between the ages of 65 and 75 and up to 50 percent of those over the age of 75. Age-related hearing loss, known as presbycusis, results from changes in the ear which cause gradual hearing loss. Some individuals are hearing-impaired or deaf as a result of a congenital defect or because of an illness, such as Ménière’s disease.
The thyroid is an organ in the endocrine system that must be monitored if it becomes swollen. A swollen or dysfunctional thyroid may reveal a lump within the tissue that generally cannot be determined upon examination as benign or malignant.
After visiting the Khavkin Clinic, I knew I found a really good doctor. He sincerely apologized for the wait and immediately jumped into my symptoms. The possible diagnosis, as well as solutions, seemed to come to him with ease. He definitely knows what isn’t a contributing factor in my case and was able to eliminate those immediately.
I highly recommend Khavkin Clinic’s care if you have any ENT problems.