Michigan Avenue ENT

Signature ENT Procedures

Balloon Sinuplasty

Balloon Sinuplasty is a type of minimally invasive sinus surgery, used to treat chronic sinus pressure and chronic sinus blockage.


ENT procedures of this nature can be performed in the office through minimally invasive techniques that require no incisions and no hospital stay.

Balloon Sinuplasty is performed on an outpatient basis using local / topical anesthesia. Patients may experience mild swelling and discomfort after surgery.

Recovery generally consists of LITTLE TO NO PAIN; post-surgery nasal congestion is common for approximately 1 week.

Balloon Sinuplasty

  • treats chronic sinus blockage and pressure
  • no incisions
  • local anesthesia
  • recovery involves little to no pain

Turbinate Reduction

Turbinate Reduction is a type of minimally invasive nasal surgery, used to improve how well you can breath through your nose.


Many patients come to Michigan Avenue ENT in Chicago simply because they desire to breathe better through their nose. Very often breathing can be improved with this short outpatient surgery.  Turbinate Reduction is one of the more common ENT procedures and has very little down time and virtually no pain. Patients often proclaim that they never realized it was possible to breathe so well following the first post-operative visit!   

Turbinate Reduction

  • improves ability to breath through the nose
  • no incisions
  • local anesthesia
  • recovery involves little to no pain

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