Some Technologies and Services We Offer

Same day in-office CT scanning


Courtesy of Xoran

We offer same-day, in office CT scanning of your sinuses using a Xoran MiniCAT(TM) scanner. This technology enables us to rapidly examine your sinuses for inflammation or infection while simultaneously delivering a radiation dose significantly lower than a conventional CT scanner.
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Allergy Testing

We offer in clinic allergy tests during Sinus and Allergy Center visits. A skin prick allergy tests is done by placing a drop of a solution containing a possible allergen on the skin, and a series of scratches or needle pricks allows the solution to enter the skin. If the skin develops a red, raised itchy area (called a wheal), it usually means that the person is allergic to that allergen. The test takes about 20-40 minutes.
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Latera Nasal Valve Implant

The LATERA Absorbable Nasal Implant is used to support upper and lower lateral cartilage in the nose, reinforcing the nasal wall like traditional cartilage and polymer grafts. Supporting the cartilage in this manner may reduce nasal airway obstruction symptoms and help patients breathe better.
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Sinuva Implant

SINUVA™ Sinus Implant is a corticosteroid-eluting (mometasone furoate) im plant indicated for the treatment of nasal polyps, in patients ≥ 18 years of age who have had ethmoid sinus surgery.
Our rhinologists are able to place this implant in the office for patients who meet the specified qualifications for the procedure.
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Balloon Sinuplasty

Using endballoon_sinuplasty_logooscopic techniques, the Balloon Sinuplasty™ system enables qualified otolaryngologists to dilate obstructed sinus ostia in patients suffering from sinusitis. The system is based on flexible catheter and wire technology specifically designed to navigate the tortuous sinus anatomy with minimal trauma. All 510(k) products have been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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Radiofrequency Turbinate Coblation

turbinate coblation

Courtesy of Arthrocare

Radiofrequency coblation utilizes a radiofrequency generated plasma to remove and shrink soft tissue where it is applied. It is commonly applied to the nasal turbinate tissue to reduce the size of enlarged nasal turbinates. This procedure can be done in the clinic to relieve nasal obstruction in some patients.