Nasal Obstruction Treatment in Jupiter, FL
Nasal obstruction is the inability to breathe through one or both nostrils. This condition can have a significant impact on your quality of life and may even lead to serious medical complications such as sleep apnea. Determining the underlying cause of your nasal obstruction can be complicated, as it may be due to a combination of factors such as anatomic blockages or underlying medical conditions like allergies or sinusitis. Dr. Sharma has a proven track record of identifying the root cause of nasal obstruction and successfully treating it. Treatment options may include medication or office-based procedures or surgeries to improve your breathing and overall health.
Nasal Valve Collapse Has a New Solution!
Jupiter Sinus & Allergy is now offering a better option to treat nasal obstruction called LATERA®, an absorbable nasal implant that provides supports and stabilizes the collapsing lateral nasal cartilage.
LATERA® may help you breathe better by reducing your nasal obstruction symptoms. It is inserted in a brief office procedure and produces excellent results in increasing nasal airflow without changing the appearance of your nose.
Clinical research showed that the LATERA® implant delivers significant relief from nasal obstruction symptoms. Patients reported improved breathing through their nose and little risk of changes to appearance.3 The majority of patients implanted with LATERA® were satisfied with the results of their breathing (86%) and appearance (93%).4
Clinical Research Shows the Benefits of LATERA® 3
- Reduced nasal congestion or stuffiness
- Less trouble breathing through the nose
- Improved ability to inhale enough air during exercise or exertion
- Reduced nasal blockage or obstruction
- Less trouble sleeping
- Constantian MB, Clardy RB. The Relative Importance of Septal and Nasal Valvular Surgery in Correcting Airway Obstruction in Primary and Secondary Rhinoplasty. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 1996 Jul; 98(1): 47.
- Ricci, et al. Role of Nasal Valve in the Surgically Corrected Nasal Respiratory Obstruction: Evaluation Through Rhinomanometry. American Journal of Rhinology. September-October 2001, Vol. 15, Nov. 5.
- San Nicolo, et. al. 2017. Absorbable Implant to Treat Nasal Valve Collapse. Facial Plast Surg, 32:233-240.
- Market research is ongoing. Data on file (TR-21076 Spirox NVC Experience). Individual patient results may vary and may include other procedures. Use of the LATERA device in conjunction with other procedures (such as septoplasty and/or turbinate reduction) has not been clinically evaluated. Patient satisfaction results may be attributed to LATERA with other procedures.