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Get rid of forehead pressure, constant facial pain and dry mouth with the most advanced procedure of Turbinate Reduction Surgery which is a painless and 100% reliable.

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USFDA
Approved
No Cuts.
No Wounds.
Painless.
Insurance
Approved
1 Day
Procedure

What is Turbinate Reduction

Turbinates are responsible for cleaning and humidifying the air passing through the nostrils into the lungs. They are small structures inside the nose surrounded by a mucous membrane and vascular tissue outside. Turbinates can become inflamed and swollen due to infection, irritation, or allergies, causing nasal obstruction and producing an excessive amount of mucus and resulting in obstructive sleep apnea.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a sleep disorder in which there is a decrease in airflow when the patient is trying to breathe. It is the most common type of sleep-disordered breathing and it involves recurrent episodes of collapsing of the upper airway during sleep. Turbinates reduction surgery is done to fix blocked airways and improve breathing.

Overview

  • Risks
  • Why Painless Treatment?
  • Don’t Delay Advanced Treatment
  • Why Pristyn Care?
  • Hassle-free Insurance Approval

Risks

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Severe difficulty in breathing through the nose

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Frequent sinus infections

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Snoring

Risks

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  • Severe difficulty in breathing through the nose
  • Frequent sinus infections
  • Snoring

Why Painless Treatment?

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  • No Pain | No Stitches | No Scars
  • 30 - 45 min Procedure
  • 24hr Hospitalization
  • Faster recovery with no pain

Don’t Delay Advanced Treatment

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  • Get fast recovery treatment
  • Fewer chances of complication
  • Best healthcare experience

Why Pristyn Care?

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  • All Insurances Covered
  • Highly Experienced Surgeons
  • Free follow-ups post-surgery
  • 100% insurance claim
  • Expertise in a minimally invasive procedure

Hassle-free Insurance Approval

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  • All Insurances covered
  • No upfront payment
  • No running after insurance authorities
  • Paperwork by Pristyn team on your behalf

Causes

Allergies

Chronic irritation or inflammation

Hormone changes from pregnancy

Nose Infections

Symptoms

Altered sense of smell

Dry mouth upon waking up

Facial pain

Forehead pressure

Prolonged nasal congestion

Runny nose

Snoring

COVID 19 Safety Measures

Treatment of patients in <b>COVID safe surgical centers</b>
Treatment of patients in COVID safe surgical centers
<b>COVID test arranged</b> for the surgical patients
COVID test arranged for the surgical patients
Regular <b>screening of staff</b> for COVID related symptoms
Regular screening of staff for COVID related symptoms
<b>Thermal screening</b> of all the patients at the hospital entrance
Thermal screening of all the patients at the hospital entrance
<b>Orderly sanitization</b> of all the medical equipment
Orderly sanitization of all the medical equipment
Surgeons equipped with <b>PPE kits</b> during surgery
Surgeons equipped with PPE kits during surgery

Treatment

Diagnosis

The doctor will perform a physical examination and look at nasal turbinates. If the turbinates are too large, they can actually block airflow. This condition causes breathing problems, frequent infections, and nosebleeds. The ENT specialist may recommend over-the-counter medications or surgical treatments based on the severity of symptoms.

Procedure

Medical therapy is the first-line approach towards treating turbinates dysfunction. The ENT specialist starts with a complete nasal diagnosis to find the root cause of symptoms such as sleep apnea and snoring. Upon diagnosis, several categories of medications will be prescribed to help reduce inflammation. However, when medical interventions aren’t as effective as expected, the ENT specialist moves on to the surgical intervention. Turbinate Reduction is the procedure where the nasal turbinates are inspected and reduced in size for improved nasal flow. Turbinates surgery is performed through the nostrils under general anesthesia. In some cases, turbinates surgery is performed in conjunction with sinus surgery to improve nasal breathing.

Why Us ?

Protection Against Corona
Advanced Medical Treatment
Insurance Support
Patient Care

Protection Against Corona

  • Hospitals are sanitized daily
  • Screening of medical staff and patients at the entrance
  • Get private sanitized rooms
  • Surgeons are equipped with recommended PPE kits

Advanced Medical Treatment

  • Pristyn Care offers reliable surgical procedures
  • Laser-assisted and laparoscopic treatments
  • USFDA approved laser proceeding
  • All the doctors are highly experienced

Insurance Support

  • Pristyn Care offers a hassle-free insurance claim
  • All insurance covered
  • No cost EMI option available
  • We do all the paperwork to get your work done

Patient Care

  • Hospitals are sanitized daily
  • Free pick up & drop service for surgery
  • Get Care-buddy assistance throughout the surgical Journey
  • Painless Procedure with no cuts

Protection Against Corona

  • Hospitals are sanitized daily
  • Screening of medical staff and patients at the entrance
  • Get private sanitized rooms
  • Surgeons are equipped with recommended PPE kits

Advanced Medical Treatment

  • Pristyn Care offers reliable surgical procedures
  • Laser-assisted and laparoscopic treatments
  • USFDA approved laser proceeding
  • All the doctors are highly experienced

Insurance Support

  • Pristyn Care offers a hassle-free insurance claim
  • All insurance covered
  • No cost EMI option available
  • We do all the paperwork to get your work done

Patient Care

  • Hospitals are sanitized daily
  • Free pick up & drop service for surgery
  • Get Care-buddy assistance throughout the surgical Journey
  • Painless Procedure with no cuts

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Frequently asked Questions

How much time is required in full recovery from turbinate reduction surgery?

In the advanced treatment of turbinate reduction, a person is discharged the same day. He or she can resume their daily-tasks within 2-3 days. The complete healing will take somewhere around 2-3 weeks.

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What are the causes of Turbinate Enlargement?

Turbinate enlargement may be caused by any chronic irritation or inflammation. Certain factors such as weather & temperature changes, stress, fatigue, medications & hormone changes from thyroid disorders and pregnancy, can also lead to swelling of the turbinates.

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Can enlarged turbinates cause headaches?

Commonly, a headache can result from several conditions, finding the cause of a headache may be difficult. In certain cases, they occur with sinusitis and sometimes not but Sinus headaches are caused when turbinates are swollen.

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Can Enlarged Turbinates develop other conditions?

Turbinate enlargement can result from allergies, chronic sinus inflammation, or environmental irritants and can cause other problems including increased snoring & chronic mouth breathing.

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What are turbinates?

Turbinates are also called nasal concha or conchae (plural) are shell-shaped networks of bones, vessels, and tissue within the nasal passageways. Usually, there are three turbinates including the superior (upper), middle, and inferior (lower) turbinates.

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Best Turbinate Reduction in Gurgaon

If you have trouble breathing through your nose, it is an alarming condition. Turbinates can become inflamed, and swollen or blocked due to infection, irritation, or allergies, which may cause nasal obstruction and produce an excessive amount of mucus. Such condition, if persists, can also result in obstructive sleep apnea in extreme cases. If you are a resident of a highly polluted area such as Gurgaon, you are at a higher risk of developing swollen or blocked turbinates. One additional fact is that kids below the age of 12 are also more susceptible to the same.

In case, treatments such as allergy medicines, allergy shots, and nose sprays have not helped your breathing, consult with the best ENT Specialists in Gurgaon at Pristyn Care. Our doctors have specialized training and years of experience in modern treatment & surgeries and are capable of performing Turbinate Reduction surgery to treat sinus, OSA, or other nasal disorders.

Improve Nasal Breathing with Turbinate Reduction in Gurgaon

In a study, it was observed that people who live in less polluted areas have a lower chance of developing any sort of nasal disorder or condition. Similarly, people who live in highly polluted areas are more susceptible to nose infections, nasal disorders, or nasal congestion. In India, Gurgaon is the most polluted city. Because the need for turbinate reduction may arise when turbinates grow in size and cause airway obstruction.

To ensure a smooth flow of air to the nasal canal, a doctor can recommend turbinate reduction, it also helps with Sinus and nose infections. Turbinate can be reduced with modern and advanced treatments in quick & painless surgery. If you are living in Gurgaon and feeling issues with breathing or nasal passage, consult with the best ENT specialist at Pristyn Care. Our doctors have years of experience, specialized training, the capability to perform surgeries with modern equipment, and a long list of satisfied patients.

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