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Q&A: What is sinus surgery or nasal surgery?

Dr. Bradley Johnson answers common questions about balloon sinuplasty and traditional sinus surgery If you’re dealing with nasal obstruction, nasal polyps, chronic sinusitis or eustachian tube dysfunction, sinus surgery or nasal surgery may be an option to provide you lasting relief. Learn more about balloon sinuplasty, eustachian tube dilation and traditional sinus surgery procedures from

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What, exactly, is post-nasal drip?

Post-nasal drip (PND) is when your throat becomes a mucus factory, causing all sorts of symptoms like coughing, sore throat, and feeling like you’re swallowing a cotton ball. Your body normally produces mucus to keep your nose and throat happy, but when it goes into overdrive, PND happens. PND is not a sickness, but rather

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Seven Signs You May Have a Deviated Septum

Do you struggle with persistent nasal congestion, nosebleeds, and breathing issues? While it’s easy to dismiss these symptoms as a common cold, allergy, or “just one of those things,” these symptoms could indicate a deviated septum. What is a deviated septum? A deviated septum is a condition in which the cartilage that divides the nasal

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What do I need to know about nasal polyps?

Have you ever taken cold medication and felt absolutely no improvement? Do you feel like you’ve got a constant head cold that holds on no matter what you do? The culprit may be surprising. What are nasal polyps? A nasal polyp is a benign (non-cancerous) sac-like growth on the lining of the nose or sinuses.

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Nine tips to keep your sinuses healthy

People who lead a healthy lifestyle often know how best to keep their body systems working well: exercise benefits the heart, sunscreen protects the skin, adequate sleep reduces stress and more. But unless you have problems with your sinuses or allergies, you may not readily know ways to keep your sinuses healthy. You might not

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Why does my nose whistle?

A whistling nose may be amusing, at first. But if the whistle persists, it can quickly become annoying, disrupting concentration by day and interrupting sleep at night. 


Can balloon sinuplasty help me?

More than 500,000 Americans suffer from chronic sinusitis. This minimally invasive procedure is considered extremely safe and effective in providing relief from sinus pain symptoms.