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Vivaer Nasal Airway Remodeling

Nasal Obstruction

Now, Dr. Dobleman offers a new effective and efficient option for patients who suffer from nasal airway obstruction (congested or blocked nose), the Vivaer Nasal Airway Remodeling System. Symptoms of nasal obstruction may include congestion or stuffiness, trouble breathing, snoring, and trouble sleeping. You may also find yourself unable to get enough air through your nose during exercise or exertion.

Narrowing of the nasal valve may be cuased by enlargement of any of the areas of the valve, therefore reducin the size of the passageway and therefore reduced airflow.

In the past, options for treating this type of nasal congestion included temporarily relief through home remedies such as medications, sprays or breathing strips. Or more invasively, through surgery which required general anesthesia and a longer recovery time.

 

Airway Remodeling

Nasal airway remodeling is a simple, one-time treatment that can open your nasal passages and restore free breathing without surgery. It gentley reshapes and enlarges your nasal valve area to improve nasal breathing.

 

Benefits

Benefits of Nasal Airway Remodeling include:

  • Non-invasive and done in office with no downtime
  • No surgery with general anesthesia – only local anesthesia to the nasal area
  • Improves breathing
  • Improves energy levels
  • Improves sleeping

To see if you’re a candidate for nasal airway remodeling, contact our office for more information or to make an appointment.

 

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