Advanced Treatments

Many surgical advances are being made and procedures are becoming less invasive. The ENT specialists at Ear, Nose & Throat Associates, P.C. are at the forefront in providing this type of innovative care.

 

LATERA® for Nasal Airway Obstruction

Latera is an absorbable nasal implant that is used to support upper and lower lateral cartilage in your nose to address Nasal Airway Obstruction due to septal deviation, turbinate hypertrophy or nasal value collapse. This procedure is done in the OR with minimal recovery time. Learn more at latera.com

 

VivAer® for Nasal Obstruction

VivAer is a non-surgical solution to address nasal obstruction. Our physicians perform this quick, minimally invasive procedure in the office.  Learn more at aerinmedical.com

 

RhinAer® or ClariFix® for Constant Rhinitis (Runny Nose)

RhinAer and Clarifix are both non-surgical procedures performed in our office to address constant runny nose through cryotherapy. No sedation, no incisions, no downtime and minimal discomfort afterwards. Learn more at aerinmedical.com and clarifix.com

 

PROPEL™ Implant for Chronic Sinusitis

Propel is a dissolvable steroid implant used in conjunction with sinus surgery to help reduce post-op inflammation, keep the sinuses open, and deliver anti-inflammatory medication directly to the site. This means better surgical outcomes, less need for oral steroids as well as additional surgical interventions. Learn more at mysinusitis.com 

Normal sinus (left) vs. Sinusitis (right)

 

Acclarent AERA™ for Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD)

AERA is a minimally invasive procedure used to treat EDT by utilizing a small balloon to open and dilate the Eustachian tube. This procedure helps restore hearing and comfort, minimize ear pressure and helps with proper drainage. Learn more at openmyears.com

 

Cochlear and BAHA Implants

Both Cochlear and BAHA are implantable devices designed to treat profound hearing loss. Several diagnostic audiology tests, CT/MRI imaging as well as a consultation are needed to determine candidacy for these devices.  Dr. Dennis I. Bojrab, M.D. is a neuro-otologist from Michigan Ear Institute who specializes in these implants. He rotates through our office several times a month to see our patients who might candidates. To learn more, visit cochlear.com/cochlear and cochlear.com/baha