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Stop Sinus Problems for Good with Balloon Sinuplasty in Chicago

April 17, 2018

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woman with sinus pressureIs the constant inflammation of your sinuses ruining your day? Are you tired of living with the pressure, headaches, and pain of inflamed sinuses? You do not have to live with these painful symptoms. Now, you can stop your sinus problems for good with a minimally invasive treatment. With Balloon Sinuplasty in Chicago, you will benefit from effective sinus dilation using a groundbreaking procedure to breathe easier.

Stop Sinus Pain with Balloon Sinuplasty in Chicago

April 30, 2017

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Benefit from Balloon Sinuplasty in Chicago to treat sinus inflammation.If you are tired of living with the inflammation and pain of chronic sinusitis, you now have an alternative treatment to traditional sinus surgery with Balloon Sinuplasty. This revolutionary new procedure allows you to resolve mucus buildup, breathing difficulties as well as sinus infections and pain without any cutting or removal of bone or tissue. Compared to traditional endoscopic sinus surgery, your recovery time is much shorter with this in-office procedure. Dr. Gary Wiesman at Wiesman Nasal & Sinus provides this proven, minimally invasive procedure to help you breathe better and end the discomfort.

Check Out Our New CT Scanner

January 13, 2016

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Ct ScannerAt The Art of Rhinoplasty, in Chicago, IL, we are always on the lookout for technology that will enhance the services we provide to our patients. Our most recent acquisition is the new CS 9300 CT Scanner by Carestream, a low-dose radiation system that is perfect for the ear, nose, and throat procedures as well as the plastic surgery procedures performed by Dr. Gary Wiesman.

As a board-certified otolaryngologist, also known as an ear, nose and throat specialist, Dr. Wiesman helps patients with sinusitis using in-office balloon sinus dilation.

Our new CT Scanner creates exceptional images of the sinuses and ears right in our office. The benefit to you is that Dr. Wiesman will have instant access to your CT scan and review it with you during your appointment. The faster you begin your treatment, the faster you can get relief from your symptoms.


Types of Nose Problems

October 27, 2015

Filed under: balloon sinus dilation,Rhinoplasty — dr_wiesman @ 4:42 pm

We Fix All Types of Nose Problems in Chicago

p-drwiesmanAt The Art of Rhinoplasty, our talented Chicago cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Gary Wiesman, offers so much more than a “nose job.” His skilled hands are able to accurately and expertly assist patients with a wide range of nose problems from a deviated septum to sinus dilation. When it comes to treating nasal concerns, there’s no better option than a facial cosmetic surgeon who is also a board-certified otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor). Having performed countless facial surgeries over 25 years in practice, Dr. Wiesman is able to provide the most skilled, comfortable, state-of-the-art surgical care for any type of nose problem in Chicago. If you feel your nose is too big, too little, too sharp or curved, or if you have problems breathing through your nose or experience frequent congestion or sinus infections, contact Dr. Wiesman at The Art of Rhinoplasty.

Types of Nose Problems We Correct

  • Deviated septum – the treatment for deviated septum (the separation between nostrils) is known as septoplasty. This procedure may be necessary to correct a deviated nasal septum – a displacement of the bone and cartilage that divides your two nostrils. During septoplasty, your nasal septum is straightened and repositioned in the middle of your nose to help alleviate breathing difficulties.
  • In-office balloon sinus dilation – one of the most innovative treatment options available, balloon sinus dilation expands the nasal passages to treat symptoms of sinusitis (chronic sinus infection). This in-office procedure uses a balloon to gently open and reshape nasal passages.
  • Chronic nasal congestion treatment – one solution for chronic congestion is turbinate reduction. Turbinates are tissues in the nose that filter air as we breathe. When turbinates become enlarged due to allergies, infections, or irritation, patients typically receive treatment using antihistamines or antibiotics. When turbinates do not respond to this treatment, surgical reduction may be necessary. The surgery removes the submucosal tissue leaving the mucosal layer to filter and humidify air. The procedure uses radio waves to remove tissue inside the turbinate. The procedure can be performed in less than an hour.
  • Removal of nasal polyps – nasal polyps are typically not cancerous, but they can be painful and obstruct breathing. In some cases, polyps can be reduced in size using medication. For those polyps that are not responsive to medicinal therapy, a polypectomy (removal of the polyp) may be necessary.
  • Adenoid surgery – typically performed on children, adenoidectomy is the removal of the small adenoid glands. These glands help fight ear, nose, and throat infections, but often become inflamed or infected themselves – requiring removal. Most commonly, adenoids are removed as part of a tonsillectomy.

Find Out More About Dr. Wiesman and the Art of Rhinoplasty

Dr. Wiesman has more than two decades of experience in cosmetic as well as ear, nose and throat surgery, and he’s ready to put that knowledge to work helping you relieve sinus issues including chronic sinusitis, facial pain and pressure, inability to participate fully in daily activities, and difficulty sleeping. For patients unhappy with the way their nose looks, we offer natural and beautiful results from a skilled rhinoplasty surgeon. Dr. Wiesman also specializes in rhinoplasty for ethnic noses, ensuring results that complement your ethnicity and individuality.

The Art of Rhinoplasty offers a full range of ear, nose, throat, eye, as well as facial surgery. Call to find out more today.

Find Lasting Relief from Sinusitis with In-Office Balloon Sinus Dilation from Dr. Gary Wiesman

August 22, 2014

476282787Sinusitis is a potentially serious inflammatory sinus condition that affects more than 31 million men and women in America.  This affliction costs us approximately $1 billion on over-the-counter treatments and $150 million on prescription medications every year. If you suffer from sinusitis, you know how it can negatively affect your life on a daily basis,as well as how difficult it can be to find real relief that lasts. At the Wiesman Institute in Chicago, IL, board-certified otolaryngologist Dr. Gary G. Wiesman specializes in helping patients just like you reclaim their lives, their comfort, and their health with in-office balloon sinus dilation.

Benefits of Balloon Sinus Dilation

Balloon sinus dilation, performed right here in our office, may help significantly reduce the likelihood that surgery will be needed in cases of acute sinusitis. The process involves the strategic placement of a small balloon within the sinus cavities; when the balloon is carefully inflated, the sinus pathways are gently opened. This quick, convenient procedure effectively reshapes the internal anatomy of the nose and the sinuses, promoting drainage that is more natural, easier breathing, and relief from uncomfortable pressure.

Patients who undergo this minimally invasive procedure report substantial relief from their sinusitis symptoms beginning the very same day. Other conditions commonly treated with balloon sinus dilation include:

  • Mild to moderate deviation of septum
  • Isolated and multi-sinus disease
  • Maxillary accessory ostia
  • Disease of the frontal, sphenoid, maxillary, or maxillary and anterior ethmoid sinuses
  • Nasal polyps caused by chronic sinusitis

Dr. Wiesman will take the time to talk with you about your medical history, symptoms, lifestyle, and any other health conditions you may have in order to provide you with an accurate diagnosis and an effective and sustainable treatment plan.

Get the Sinusitis Relief You Need

If you or someone in your family suffers from any of the sinus conditions mentioned above and you’re ready to find relief from your symptoms, Dr. Wiesman and his team can help. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation and to learn more about how in-office balloon sinus dilation can free you from the pain, pressure, stiffness, discharge, and other unpleasant symptoms associated with chronic sinusitis. We look forward to discussing your condition with you and developing a treatment plan that fulfills your needs, all performed in the comfortable environment of our Chicago office. Dr. Wiesman warmly welcomes patients from communities in Chicago, Oak Park, Berwyn, Summit, Forest Park, Cicero, and beyond.



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