About The Condition
Nasal polyps are soft, teardrop-shaped tissue growths that can form in the lining of your nasal passages. They are painless, non-cancerous, and often go completely undetected, but if they grow large enough, they can block airflow and obstruct nasal passages, causing breathing difficulty, reduced sense of smell, and recurrent infections.
Experts aren’t entirely sure what causes nasal polyps to form, but evidence suggests that it may have something to do with your immune system responses. Unfortunately, nasal polyps can return, even after surgical removal. However, with the right management, they don’t have to affect your quality of life. If you have any of the symptoms of nasal polyps, it’s time to see an expert from our sinus center.
In some cases, surgery may be required to remove overgrown polyps. At The Center for ENT, we specialize in nasal polyps treatments, including functional endoscopic sinus surgery—a procedure that is safe, effective, and minimally invasive.
Advantages & Outcomes
- We work in a multi-disciplinary team of sinus/ENT surgeons and allergy specialists to treat nasal polyps and decrease the chance that they’ll return in the future.
- Endoscopic procedures can reduce or eliminate polyps without any visible scarring or serious side effects.
- Endoscopic treatment allows patients to recover faster and with less postoperative discomfort.
- Treating symptoms at the source will decrease the frequency of infections and could reduce the need for some medications.
Get The Relief You Deserve
Discover the cause of your nasal symptoms. Get lasting relief with the right nasal polyps treatment. Live your life without difficulty breathing and take control of your sinus condition.
What to Expect
The Center for ENT is a proficient and technologically-advanced facility.
Our doctors are trained to perform the latest minimally invasive procedures.
We accurately diagnose and treat conditions that are often missed or misdiagnosed.
Endoscopic nasal polyps treatment can drastically reduce recovery time from weeks to days.
Ready to breathe easy?
The first step to long-term relief is calling our office or requesting a visit online. We will help you set an appointment that works for your schedule and prepare you for your first visit with an ENT sinus specialist.