The nose is one of our body’s most important organs, responsible for a variety of functions that include smell, taste, and filtration of inhaled air. It serves as a line of defense against potential danger, and enhances our overall quality of life. When nasal and sinus conditions occur, is it any wonder we experience such misery and discomfort? The staff at Arthur J. Rosner, MD is trained and equipped to diagnose and treat a number of conditions that affect the nose and sinuses. We’ll work with you to come up with a solution that will have you breathing easily again.
Balloon Sinuplasty is a surgical treatment option for patients who suffer from chronic sinusitis that can’t be managed medically. It’s safe, effective, and less invasive than other procedures, requiring no cutting of bone or tissue. Using balloons to dilate the sinuses has been performed in the operating room for years as part of sinus surgery.…Read More
Looking for lasting relief from chronic or congenital condition affecting your nasal passageways or sinuses? Arthur J. Rosner, MD offers premier sinus and nasal surgery treatment options for conditions that either require surgery or aren’t responding to other medical or procedural treatment plans. We treat many nasal and sinus conditions at our clinic. Most of…Read More
Nosebleeds are common in children and adults. They occur when the membranes that line the nasal passages dry out. The blood vessels burst, causing a bloody nose. This is most common during the winter, when cold, dry air irritates the nasal membranes. In adults, blood thinners, elevated heart rates, and elevated blood pressure worsen bleeding.…Read More
Dr. Rosner has performed over a thousand successful sinus surgeries. He is a fellow of the American Rhinologic Society and has a special interest in minimally invasive and minimally painful sinus surgeries. Most surgeries are performed endoscopically and do not require packs or splints, greatly reducing discomfort after surgery. Treatment of immune and sleep disorders…Read More
Sinusitis is inflammation and swelling of the tissues that line the sinuses. This interferes with normal mucus drainage, leading to breathing difficulties, pain, and pressure. When the condition persists for 12 weeks or longer, it is considered chronic. Causes & Symptoms of Sinusitis Sinusitis is the #1-reported chronic condition in the United States, affecting an…Read More
Turbinate Sinus Surgery
The human body contains three pairs of turbinates – long, curled nasal bones that warm and humidify inhaled air, and regulate breathing through the nasal passages. The turbinates are classified as inferior, middle, and superior, and all are divided by the septum. When they become swollen and enlarged, they can interfere with breathing. Treating Swollen…Read More