Balloon Sinuplasty

Balloon Sinuplasty

Stop the pain and pressure caused by sinusitis with balloon sinuplasty.

Open nasal pathway restores drainage and allows for fewer infections and clearer breathing. Less invasive, quicker recovery.

Stop the pain and pressure caused by sinusitis

What is Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is defined as an inflammation or swelling of the sinus lining and drainage pathways, which can lead to poor or blocked sinus drainage. We have four pairs of sinuses, all of which can be affected by sinusitis.
Balloon Sinuplasty

Types of Sinusitis

(one episode)
Sinusitis symptoms resolve in four weeks or less.
(multiple episodes or outbreaks in a year)
Four or more acute sinusitis outbreaks in a single calendar year. Periods of relief are
followed by another outbreak.
(sustained outbreaks lasting 12+ weeks)
Symptoms last for more than 12 weeks. Severity of symptoms may change, but will not completely resolve.

How balloon sinus dilation provides lasting relief

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Blocked sinus pathway creates pressure and causes sinusitis.

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Balloon expands and gently remodels the sinus pathway.

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Open nasal pathway restores drainage and allows for fewer infections and clearer breathing.

Why choose balloon sinus dilation?

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Comfortable, convenient procedure

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Gently opens blocked sinuses

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Provides instant relief that lasts

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Less invasive, quicker recovery

Presley M. Mock, MD

Dr. Presley Mock is board certified in otolaryngology—head and neck surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. His office is located on the Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas campus, where he has served patients for 25 years. His practice encompasses pediatric ENT, sinus and nasal surgery, sleep apnea management, hearing and balance disorders, head and neck oncology, and care for the professional voice. His interests include the full spectrum of sinus surgery, from in-office minimally invasive procedures to complex revision surgery with intraoperative image- guided navigation. He also has a passion for treating voice patients and has helped student, amateur, and professional singers and speakers with their medical and surgical voice care.

Balloon Sinuplasty