Get Relief From Rhinitis With ClariFix
Do you feel like your nose is constantly running and you have to sniffle all the time to keep things under control? This condition is called Rhinitis and there’s actually a minimally invasive procedure that can allow you to get to the bottom of this chronic symptom. Sure, you could live with it, but why do that when there is a simple fix? ClariFix is a procedure that gives lasting improvement and has little to no downtime involved.
More On ClariFix
ClariFix is a procedure that is provided in your ENT doctor’s office that can give you the long-lasting symptom relief you’ve always wanted. The procedure incorporates cryotherapy, which can help balance overactive nerves that are sending too many signals to the nose and thereby causing it to swell more than it should. The ClariFix cryotherapy device will go to the source of the symptom and interrupt the signals, and as a result, reduce the runny nose and stuffy feeling. Sometimes, it takes 2-6 weeks before great improvement, but some symptoms lessen right away.
Planning Out Your Treatment
Before you decide to move forward with ClariFix treatment, you’ll want to talk to your ENT doctor about your medical history and any medications you are taking. The pre-treatment appointment can take up to an hour and the treatment itself also takes about an hour. You might need someone to drive you home so ask your ENT doctor about that as well. If you decide to move forward, it’s nice to know what to expect during the treatment.
During The Treatment
The ClariFix appointment will take place in your ENT doctor’s office with a local anesthetic. The device will be placed in your nose to treat the nerves that are out of balance. You might feel a bit of cold, as this is cold therapy application, and there could also be some pressure. There shouldn’t be any pain due to the anesthetic, but it could be uncomfortable.
After The Treatment
The downtime and recovery process are very minimal. You might feel a bit congested and discomfort is always a possibility, but it shouldn’t last for more than a day. Patients generally see improvement from 2-6 weeks, but there could be some improvement right away. This treatment is safe and the device itself is well-tolerated.
Deciding On ClariFix
You can always live with your chronic Rhinitis, but it can be an annoyance. If you are thinking about ClariFix treatment, contact Breathe Clear Institute to get details on the process. We can talk to you about your medical history, your symptoms, and whether or not you are a candidate for the procedure. If you decide to move forward, we’ll go over what happens during the treatment and what you can expect afterwards.