PROPEL is Clinically Proven to Improve Surgical Outcomes for Chronic Sinusitis Sufferers
Sinusitis is among the most common diagnoses for patients in NYC & NJ who visit their physician complaining of coughing, sinus pressure, congestion, postnasal drainage and headaches. 1 in 7 adults are affected by Chronic Sinusitis each year, making it one of the most common health conditions in America.
The PROPEL technology represents a medical breakthrough. It has been proven to improve the outcomes of surgery by minimizing post-operative inflammation.
Often, patients misdiagnose themselves as simply suffering from seasonal allergies or persistent cold. While medications such as nasal sprays, antibiotics and antihistamines can provide temporary relief, many times they do not solve the problem and a surgical procedure may be required. Dr. Monica Tadros specializes in chronic sinusitis relief in NYC & NJ with PROPEL treatments.
The good news is that ENT & Allergy Specialists now offers a breakthrough treatment called the PROPEL® Sinus Stent. This dissolvable stent is placed at the end of sinus surgery to keep the sinuses open, eliminating the need for gauze packing used in older surgical techniques.
You want to experience as much relief from chronic sinusitis as possible—for as long as possible. Sinus surgery with the PROPEL sinus stent uses a clever combination of device design and medication delivery to improve the outcomes of surgery and provide relief at the source.
The sinuses are air-filled cavities located within the bones around the nose and eyes that allow for air flow and drainage. In Chronic Sinusitis, the sinus linings become swollen (inflamed), preventing natural drainage of the pathways, leading to chronic infections and nasal blockage.
NJ Patients with Chronic Sinusitis suffer from symptoms such as:
- Facial pain or pressure
- Nasal congestion & difficulty breathing
- Discolored nasal discharge
- Loss of smell & taste
- Fatigue & depression
How PROPEL works for chronic sinusitis relief :
The PROPEL® Stent is carefully inserted by an experienced Ear, Nose and Throat physician into the sinus cavity at the end of surgery. The stent remains there for a few weeks, utilizing a spring-like mechanism to open up the nasal passageway. At the same time, it provides anti-inflammatory therapy to enhance healing. The stent slowly dissolves on its own, and no removal is necessary, making postoperative care easier on patients.
If you or someone you know in Bergen County, NJ who is experiencing chronic facial pain or pressure, headaches, nasal congestion, difficulty breathing, and/or loss of taste or smell, please call Dr. Monica Tadros at NYC: (212) 532-4590 or NJ: (201) 408-5430 to setup your no-obligation consultation at Plastic Surgery Center in Bergen County to learn more about treating chronic sinusitis with PROPEL Sinus Stent.