A Modern Sinus Treatment Option for Sufferers of Chronic Sinus Pain

Advanced Relief from Painful Sinusitis Symptoms

Balloon Sinuplasty could be YOUR answer for significant symptom relief.

Sinusitis is a painful condition which occurs when the sinuses swell. When swelling occurs, mucus is blocked from draining, causing significant pain and discomfort.

There are three types of sinusitis which may affect patients: acute, chronic or recurrent acute. Acute sinusitis symptoms usually persist for 10 to 14 days, and resolve in four weeks or less. Chronic sinusitis occurs when symptoms persist for longer than 12 weeks. Symptoms of chronic sinusitis include persistent green or yellow nasal discharge, fever, waking up with puffy eyes, and a cough which worsens at night, depriving you of your much-needed rest. Recurrent acute sinusitis sufferers will experience four or more episodes or outbreaks in a single year.  Periods of relief are short lived: usually another outbreak is not far behind.

Since 2005, more than 375,000 patients have been treated safely, and effectively, with Balloon Sinuplasty. Dr. Trimble and his team are proud to offer this minimally-invasive, in-office procedure to patients within the Dallas Metro area, including Fort Worth and Southlake.

Man suffering from severe sinus pain
Professional Woman suffering from sinus nasal drip

Are you suffering from symptoms of chronic sinusitis?

The first step is knowing what you're looking for. Some of your symptoms may include:

  • Constant sneezing, sniffling, coughing
  • Headache
  • Puffy, swollen eyes and sleepless nights
  • Facial pain and swelling
  • Nasal drip or congestion
Seeking help from an ENT for Sinus problems

Find Relief from Chronic Sinus Pressure and Pain

Our minimally-invasive, in-office procedure can help you! Our patients experience:

  • No cutting or nasal packing
  • No hospital visits. Procedure is done in the office!
  • Rapid recovery times - many within 12-24 hours!
  • Long-lasting relief: no more "quick fixes"
  • No more sinus swelling, infections and pain
Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.

While recovery time varies with each patient, most patients' recovery is typically fast, with minimal side-effects. Many of our patients are able to return to work, school, and normal life quickly, but much-improved. Most chronic sinusitis patients report clinically meaningful improvement in sinus symptoms and quality of life through 2 years following surgery. 1, 2, 3,

Unlike conventional sinus surgery, this procedure does not include cutting to remove bone or tissue from the nose.

Stop Suffering with Sinus Pressure and Pain!

Treatments for sinus disease have significantly evolved over the past 25 years. There are now minimally invasive approaches and techniques that result in fewer complications, less bleeding, and faster recovery times. Balloon Sinuplasty, an amazing, modern sinus treatment can provide significant relief without the pain, hassle, and inconvenience of long recovery times and recurrence of symptoms.

We specialize in quality care and personalized treatment plans. Talk to our team of friendly Ear, Nose, Throat, and Sinus Care Specialists to learn how DFW Sinus can help you achieve a higher quality of life!

Could Balloon Sinuplasty be right for me?

Schedule a Balloon Sinuplasty Consultation

After years of not being able to smell, within weeks of the Balloon Sinuplasty I began smelling gradually...I can't thank Dr. Trimble enough. He and his staff are truly amazing. If you have severe sinus infections, don't put this surgery off. After years of suffering, life has taken a major up-swing. I'm learning smells and taste all over again.

  1. In-office, multisinus balloon dilation: 1-Year outcomes from a prospective, multicenter, open label trial. Gould J; Alexander I; Tomkin E; Brodner D. American Journal of Rhinology & Allergy doi: 10.2500/ajra.2014.28.4043.
  2. 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. Levine S, Truitt T, Schwartz M, Atkins J. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 122(11):665-671, 2013.
  3. Long term outcome analysis of balloon catheter sinusotomy: two-year follow-up Weiss RL, Church CA, Kuhn FA, Levine HL, Sillers MJ, Vaughan WC. Oto-Head and Neck Surg. 2008 Sep; 139(3 Suppl 3); S38-S46.
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