Clairfix® - In Office Treatment
  • Patient issue: Runny nose, nasal congestion, post nasal drip
    • Are you one of the 24+ million Americans who suffer from Chronic Rhinitis? If treatments such as nasal sprays, drops and pills are not working for you, or you are looking for a solution that lasts longer without the side effects of medications, it’s time to try Clarifix.
  • How does Clarifix work?
    • Using a cold treatment called “cryotherapy” the ClariFix device reduces your runny, stuffy nose by interrupting the signals these out of balance nerves send.

For those having trouble with a chronic runny nose 

Balloon Sinuplasty™ Sinusitis Treatment

 What Is Balloon Sinuplasty? 

 Balloon Sinuplasty is a minimally invasive sinus procedure performed on eligible patients who suffer with chronic sinusitis. Small balloons are placed in key places in the nose and sinuses, which are then dilated to expand and widen the sinus passageways.  The goal is to reshape anatomy to restore proper drainage. It is proven to be safe and is effective for those who are seeking relief from uncomfortable sinus pain symptoms. Balloon Sinuplasty is less invasive than traditional sinus surgery and involves no cutting, and no removal of bone or tissue.  

 In-office Balloon Sinuplasty is an option for patients who decline or are ineligible for general anesthesia. 

 Most people who have had the Balloon Sinuplasty may return to normal activity and work within 24 hours. 

 More than 380,000 patients have been treated by ENT doctors using Balloon Sinuplasty. 

 Sinuses & Symptoms  

  • Maxillary – The cheek sinuses, can cause toothaches or headaches. 
  • Frontal – Located above the eyes, can cause headaches, especially in the forehead. 
  • Ethmoidal – Between the eyes, can cause pain to the sides and upper area of the nose and headaches. 
  • Sphenoidal – Can cause pain behind the eyes. 
  • All may worsen if you bend or lay down. 


If you have at least 4 sinus infections a year or have had a prolonged sinus infection for more than twelve weeks and are not seeing results from medications, Balloon Sinuplasty may be the best treatment option for you. 


How a balloon restores sinus drainage 



Dr Roth first locates the sinus area to be treated The Device is carefully positioned 


The balloon is gently inflated and dilates the 

treatment area to restore drainage.  The balloon  

is removed from the treatment area. 





What Is Eustachian Tube Balloon Dilation?

Many of the current treatment options for Eustachian tube dysfunction are limited or invasive, but a newer treatment option using balloon dilation can restore Eustachian tube function and relieve symptoms. The XprESS™ ENT Dilation System provides a safe, effective, and less invasive treatment for people with Eustachian tube dysfunction.

During this procedure, your doctor will insert a small balloon through your nose and into your Eustachian tube. The balloon will then be gently inflated, and after treatment, removed. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia.

Eustachian Tube Balloon Dilation


Coblation® Procedure

Coblation® tonsillectomy & adenoidectomy is a gentle way to remove both tonsils and adenoids. Coblation tonsillectomy & adenoidectomy uses radiofrequency, or RF, to remove tonsillar & adenoidal tissue. RF is a form of energy like radio waves, but with a higher frequency. Coblation tonsillectomy & adenoidectomy uses this energy in a precise and carefully controlled surgical process that causes very little harm to healthy tissue. Published studies have shown Coblation tonsillectomy & adenoidectomies to have the following patient benefits:

  • Less pain and less frequent use of narcotics
  • Significantly faster return to normal diet (2.4 days versus 7.6 days on average)
  • Less incidence of postoperative nausea and throat swelling
  • Less thermal damage to adjacent tissue
  • Faster healing

Why Coblation Tonsillectomy? (link)


Temple RH, Timms MS. Paediatric Coblation Tonsillectomy. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, 2001; 61: 195-198.
Stoker KE, Don DM, Kang DR, Haupert MS, Magit A, Madgy DN. Pediatric total tonsillectomy using coblation electrosurgery compared to conventional electrosurgery: A prospective, controlled single-blind study. (Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery. 2004; 130 (6): 666-675.)
Chinpairoj S, Feldman M, et al. A comparison of monopolar electrosurgery to a new multipolar electrosurgical system in a rat model. Laryngoscope 2001; 111; 213-217.

Coblation® tonsillectomy & adenoidectomy Information Brochure

LATERA® Sleep Procedure

The Latera® sleep procedure uses an absorbable nasal implant. This specialized implant is structured to be inserted by a physician.  When positioned correctly, it anchors above the maxilla to provide cantilever support to the upper and lower lateral cartilage. 

 LATERA® may help you breathe better with little risk of changes to appearance.  LATERA® showed significant quality-of-life improvement for nasal obstruction patients with lateral wall or nasal valve collapse, as measured by the NOSE survey.  Patients experienced a reduction in nasal obstruction symptoms of 57.7% at 2 years, as measured by the NOSE survey.  Patients achieved these results without negative cosmetic effects. 

 A clinical study shows that LATERA patients demonstrate: 

  • Reduced nasal congestion or stuffiness 
  • Less trouble breathing through the nose 
  • Improved ability to get enough air through the nose during exercise or exertion 
  • Reduced nasal blockage or obstruction 
  • Less trouble sleeping 

 Take the NOSE survey today and see if you are a candidate: 


Nasal Obstruction Evaluation Survey 


Latera Animated Video: 

Additional Literature
Additional Procedure Literature:

IMPORTANT! Please take time to referece this document Medications That May Inhibit Ability to Clot Blood in relation to the procedures below.

Filename / LinkSize
Adenoidectomy Literature.pdf5.51 Kb
Branchial Cleft Cyst or Sinus Removal Literature.doc.pdf81.11 Kb
Bronchoscopy Literature.pdf74.8 Kb
Caldwell-Luc Procedure Literature.pdf78.8 Kb
Coblation Tosillectomy & Adenoidectomy Brochure.pdf1.72 Mb
Direct Laryngoscopy or Suspension Microlaryngoscopy Literature.pdf82.3 Kb
Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Literature.pdf86.84 Kb
Esophageal Myotomy Literature.pdf107.18 Kb
Esophagoscopy Literature.pdf77.97 Kb
Excisional Biopsy - Lymph Node Dissection Literature.pdf84.67 Kb
Excisional Biopsy Of Neck Mass Literature.pdf77.74 Kb
Excisional Biopsy Of Skin Lesion Literature.pdf77.98 Kb
Exploratory Tympanotomy with Ossicular Reconstruction Literature.pdf84.45 Kb
Fat Graft Myringoplasty Literature.pdf79.68 Kb
Incision and Drainage of Abscess Literature.pdf74.09 Kb
Mastoidectomy Literature.pdf81.51 Kb
Medications That May Inhibit Ability to Clot Blood.pdf91.77 Kb
Myringotomy Literature.pdf75.77 Kb
Myringotomy with Tube Placement Literature.pdf78.42 Kb
Nasal Polypectomy Literature.pdf84.05 Kb
Parathyroidectomy or Subtotal Parathyroidectomy Literature.pdf79.66 Kb
Parotidectomy Literature.pdf78.37 Kb
Radical Neck Dissection Literature.pdf85.63 Kb
Repair of Nasal Fracture Literature.pdf77.92 Kb
Septoplasty Literature.pdf77.7 Kb
Stapedectomy Literature.pdf79.88 Kb
Submandibular Gland Excision Literature.pdf81.2 Kb
Thyroglossal Duct Cyst Removal Literature.pdf78.14 Kb
Thyroidectomy or Partial Thyroidectomy Literature.pdf78.04 Kb
Tonsillectomy Literature.pdf78.26 Kb
Tonsillectomy and Adenoidectomy Literature.pdf79.92 Kb
Total Laryngectomy Literature.pdf82.28 Kb
Tracheotomy or Tracheostomy Literature.pdf76.38 Kb
Tympanomastoidectomy Literature.pdf82.67 Kb
Tympanoplasty Literature.pdf79.22 Kb
Tympanoplasty with Ossicular Literature.pdf80.28 Kb
UPPP Literature.pdf81.95 Kb
Tristar Skyline Medical Center by Stephanie Bowen

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