ClariFix is providing hope for patients whose runny nose and congestion hasn’t responded to traditional sprays, drops, and pills. Learn how ClariFix cryotherapy, a revolutionary new treatment, is stepping in to help those for whom natural treatment for allergies is not quite enough.
For many, the typical treatments and nasal medications such as sprays, drops, and pills, are enough to combat the nasal allergy symptoms created by the 5 most common allergies and more. However, there are also many people that, no matter what they do, cannot find relief from either congestion or their runny nose. Those who struggle with chronic congestion and/or a chronic runny nose that can’t be treated with the standard medications have what is called chronic rhinitis. Until recently, there was very little they could do to find relief.
That’s where ClariFix comes in. A breakthrough technology approved by the FDA, ClariFix cryotherapy can finally give people (including pregnant women looking for pregnancy rhinitis relief) freedom from chronic rhinitis relief. ClariFix targets the posterior nasal nerve (PNN), which signals the nose whether it should start secreting mucus or become congested.
The ClariFix Procedure
The ClariFix cryotherapy procedure is very simple. First, your sinus doctor places the ClariFix cryoablation device—also called the ClariFix balloon—into your nose. With the help of an endoscope (which provides light) the doctor then maneuvers the ClariFix cryoablation device so that its near the PNN. Using nitrogen gas, the PNN is then quickly cooled to reduce the PNN’s activity.
Wherever we turn, we’re constantly seeing positive ClariFix reviews. The popularity of the ClariFix procedure isn’t surprising, due to the long list of benefits associated with its use.
- The ClariFix cryotherapy procedure last around only 3 minutes.
- The ClariFix cryotherapy procedure is relatively painless, and patients can opt for local anesthesia or IV sedation.
- Some patients report a brief headache after the procedure.
- The ClariFix cryotherapy procedure has long-lasting results. Many people report improvement from their chronic rhinitis lasts for a year or more.
- Patients can leave their doctor’s office 30 minutes after the procedure.
Is ClariFix right for you?
If you know or believe you have chronic rhinitis and are researching ways to curtail its annoying symptoms, contact Kaplan Sinus Relief to schedule an appointment to discuss your options today. Kaplan Sinus Relief has expert doctors that are dedicated to solving your sinus problems.
You don’t have to live a life plagued by sinus troubles. Breathe easy knowing that Kaplan Sinus Relief is here to help!