23 Feb

What is Balloon Sinuplasty?

Chronic sinusitis is the most common cause of missed work and decreased productivity in the U.S. Do you suffer from chronic sinusitis? Are you constantly battling a sinus infection that just won’t go away? If so, you may want to look into Balloon Sinuplasty, a minimally-invasive, in-office procedure that is far less painful and invasive than traditional sinus surgery. More than 380,000 patients have benefited from this groundbreaking procedure, and you can, too!

09 Nov

3 Reasons to have Balloon Sinuplasty Right Now

If sinus infections are a regular occurrence for you, there are certain aspects of this time of year that you may not be looking forward to. The colder months tend to bring more germs and viruses with them, which only increases the risk and frequency of sinusitis. With that said, Ashford Clinic specializes in a wonderful and effective solution for those who suffer from chronic sinusitis. Balloon Sinuplasty is a short, in-office procedure that has a quick recovery time and provides immediate, lasting relief for acute sinus pressure.

08 May

What is Balloon Sinuplasty?

What is Balloon Sinuplasty?
Balloon Sinuplasty is a minimally invasive procedure that  gently opens sinus passages restoring air flow and providing immediate relief for pressure from the sinus passages. It is a short, in-office procedure (typically one hour) to dilate the inflamed passages and flush the infected sinus cavities. 

Most patients report that nasal breathing improves during the procedure and sinus and head pressure are immediately lessened. Because this is a minimally invasive procedure under light sedation, recovery is much shorter and less painful than traditional sinus surgeries. 

15 May

How Are You Sleeping?

Other than a lumpy and uncomfortable mattress, pregnancy or feeling generally achy in the muscles, sleep should be easy to come by. You should be able to set up a comfortable sleep space that makes you feel warm, toasty and ready to sink into a deep sleep cycle that sees you through until the morning. You should be waking up rested and ready to take on the day, with your body feeling relaxed and muscles comfortable.

21 Aug

Snoring & Sinuses, What's The Connection?

Have you been told that you frequently snore? Do you also regularly struggle with sinus infections? There is more of a connection between these two things than you might think. It is fairly common knowledge at this point that snoring can increase the risk of serious health conditions, like heart disease and stroke, so it should come as no surprise that snoring can also be caused by sinus issues.

25 Sep

How Can Balloon Sinuplasty Help Me?

At Ashford Clinic, our goal is to provide the best care possible for our patients through the most comprehensive treatment available. One such treatment option is Balloon Sinuplasty, an in-office procedure that we've seen incredible success with for patients suffering from a broad spectrum of ENT issues, from chronic sinusitis to snoring and sleep issues. Here's a bit more information on this highly-effective procedure...