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Nasal Center

Welcome to the Riverview Sinus Center! Our board certified surgeons perform a number of minimally invasive ENT procedures for patients suffering from sinusitis and other chronic nasal conditions. Learn more about our procedures below and reach out to us today to set up your appointment or book an appointment today – 651.493.8501.

Balloon Sinuplasty

One of the most effective methods for treating sinusitis. This procedure is less invasive and gentler than traditional sinus surgery as it eliminates the need to

cut or remove bone and tissue. 

Nasal Airway Obstruction

The three main causes of nasal airway blockage are deviated septum, enlarged turbinates and nasal valve collapse. There are numerous treatment options available for patients with these conditions.


Nasal Airway Obstruction


At Riverview Sinus Center, the procedure can often times be completed in less than 10 minutes using a cutting-edge technology, with little to no bleeding, and totally eliminate the need for nasal packing. 

Traditionally, septoplasty is an operation which averages about one to one and a half hours, depending on the deviation. It can be done with a local or a general anesthetic, and is usually done on an outpatient basis. After the surgery, nasal packing is inserted to prevent excessive postoperative bleeding. During the surgery, badly deviated portions of the septum may be removed entirely, or they may be readjusted and reinserted into the nose.

Enlarged Turbinates

At Riverview Sinus Center, we offer a new minimally invasive technique that can be completed in less than 5 minutes, with little to no bleeding. Enlarged turbinates are traditionally treated by Submucosal resection or cautery, Coblation, Laser and other methods of heating the turbinate or removing tissue, and is recommended for patients who have failed medical management of allergies or chronic sinusitis. 

VIVAER Nasal Airway Remodeling

We also offer the non-invasive VIVAER Nasal Airway Remodeling procedure. This treatment does not involve the cutting of any tissue, and patients are able to return to regular activities the day of surgery.

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