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Inferior Turbinate Radiofrequency
Treatments aimed at the inferior turbinates utilize radiofrequency technology to reduce the size of the inferior turbinate. Enlargement of this structure can cause difficulty breathing through the nose, therefore contributing to open mouth breathing. Furthermore, enlarged inferior turbinates are a frequent source of discomfort in patients suffering from allergic rhinitis and chronic nasal congestion.
This procedure is performed under topical anesthesia and results can be appreciated immediately.
Is this procedure right for me?
If your in office examination reveals enlarged inferior turbinates and a history of chronic nasal obstruction, you are a candidate for this procedure.