Nose and Sinuses
Nasal Breathing Procedures
- Functional Rhinoplasty after nasal trauma
- Turbinate Reduction
- Minimally invasive balloon sinuplasty
- Functional endoscopic sinus surgery
- Removal of nasal polyps
In conjunction with Dr. Saporta and his renowned allergy care, Dr. Cohen can design a multi-pronged approach to treating nasal disease and breathing problems. After allergy evaluation, the nasal airway is thoroughly evaluated to assess for problem areas that can be addressed. The patient treatment is then tailored to not only their anatomy but also their primary complaints. This may include surgery to address nasal blockages, in office nasal procedures to reduce mucous production or open the sinuses, and also medical therapy to prevent disease from returning. We aim to provide a better quality of life for our patients.
Minimally invasive nasal procedures:
Balloon sinuplasty involves using small minimally invasive balloon catheters to open sinuses in a comfortable clinic setting without going to the operating room. We utilize intranasal anesthesia to maximize comfort while dilating a patient’s normal sinus openings. This allows a patient to keep their normal anatomy and not undergo the long recovery process after traditional sinus surgery. Most patients can return to their normal routine the day after or even the day of the procedure.
In office steroid implant to reduce nasal polyps in those that have already had nasal surgery.
Clarifix cryotherapy to reduce and eliminate post nasal drip
Constant runny, stuffy nose? We have a treatment for that
Do you suffer from frequent runny nose, congestion and post-nasal drip even when you aren’t sick? You may have a condition called chronic rhinitis.
Dr. Cohen offers a unique treatment solution for adults with these frustrating chronic rhinitis symptoms. Using the patented ClariFix® cryotherapy device, we are able to go to the source of the problem, the inflamed nasal lining and out of balance nerves in the nose.
The ClariFix® solution is:
- FDA cleared
- Minimally invasive
- Performed in our office
A clinical study demonstrated a significant decrease in runny nose & congestion symptoms with 4 out of 5 patients reporting long-lasting relief after ClariFix® cryotherapy.1,2
The most common side effects associated with ClariFix cryotherapy are temporary increased congestion and transient pain or discomfort.
1 K162608, Data on File: A2014-02 Clinical Report, Arrinex.
2 Hwang P, et al. “Cryosurgical Posterior Nasal Tissue Ablation for the Treatment of Rhinitis.” Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2017 Oct;7(10):952-956.
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