John R. Gilmore, MD
10740 N. Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75231

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Balloon Sinuplasty

Act now and end your sinusitis suffering!

Don’t continue suffering from sinus infections.

Like you, most people want to avoid sinus surgery if there is another solution available. Balloon sinuplasty doesn’t involve cutting or removing bone or tissue, which is irreversible. Balloon sinuplasty allows the opening of your sinuses with a small balloon, promoting aeration and drainage without discomfort, long recovery times, bleeding, and other unappealing side effects of having sinus surgery.

You deserve better! Explore the safe and minimally invasive option that will have you back on your feet and working and breathing with ease the next day – Balloon Sinuplasty with Dr. Gilmore.

An Ear Nose and Throat doctor, also known as an ENT, is the specialist to make this determination. Dr. Gilmore has helped hundreds of chronic sinusitis sufferers just like you, with balloon sinuplasty.

Have you had enough: sinus headache, nasal congestion, and other sinus infection symptoms?

Take the first step away from your sinusitis and towards breathing clear. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Gilmore today to see if balloon sinuplasty is right for you.

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Woman enjoys life free from sinus infections.

Regain control of your life and breathe freely with Balloon Sinuplasty.

Blocked Sinus Pathway
Balloon Device Inflated
Drainage within the sinus cavity restored

Balloon sinuplasty is simple. A balloon is inserted into your blocked sinus pathway. The balloon is then inflated and removed, restoring drainage to your sinuses and relieving you of the many problems your blocked sinuses have been causing. Return to work within 24-48 hours.

Balloon sinuplasty is also:

  • Quick
  • Safe
  • Effective
  • Inexpensive, averaging lower healthcare cost than surgery
Balloon Sinuplasty provides long-term relief from sinus infection symptoms.

Several years after receiving balloon sinuplasty, 85%(1) of recipients report still experiencing improved sinus symptoms. Learn what results you can expect by scheduling an appointment today.

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Your North Texas Sinusitis Center
Patient Experience

Because every case of sinusitis is different, North Texas Sinusitis Center takes a unique and comprehensive approach to ease your sinus pain, restore sinus drainage, and eliminate your sinus headaches.

Our process, which begins and ends around you and your needs, consists of four steps:

Before we can properly treat your sinusitis...

...we need to understand the current state of your body. A detailed exam is the first step that allows us to understand the severity of your sinusitis symptoms and your expectations of treatment.

During your initial visit, we may also use our office CT scanner and sinus endoscopy to exam your sinuses to make a proper diagnosis.

Treating patients with Chronic Sinusitis and other Ear, Nose and Throat Problems

As a patient of North Texas Sinusitis Center, you will be treated with care as we will consider all aspects of your health and condition before selecting the treatment that best eliminates the negative effects of your sinusitis. We will also develop a plan that aligns with your health goals.

When medications and sinus infection remedies fail to meet your long-term expectations, we recommend sinusitis treatment plans that may include office procedures or surgeries performed in an operating room.

Sinus treatment plans are ineffective without tracking the results. Follow up office visits is not our way of making more money, it is essential to know if the treatment plan is meeting your expectations or if we need to revise the treatment plan.

Sinus sufferers come to North Texas Sinusitis Center from Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, Plano, Wichita Falls, and beyond.

Have you had enough? Want permanent sinus relief?

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References & Resources

  1. Weiss, et al.“Long-term outcome analysis of balloon catheter sinusotomy: Two-year follow-up.”Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, 2008, Vol. 139, pp. S38-S46.