GOT NASAL CONGESTION OR STUFFY NOSE? GET QUICK RELIEF NOW WITH MINIMALLY INVASIVE LATERA®
CHRONIC STUFFY NOSE AND CONGESTION DON'T HAVE TO BE AN EVERYDAY AFFAIR
It's time to live again! A stuffy nose and congestion can make you feel like you're in a fog. If you have chronic nasal congestion or stuffy nose from nasal valve collapse or collapse of the sidewall of the nose, then you may be a candidate for the Latera® procedure. Contact the ENT specialists at the Texas Sinus, Allergy, Snoring, and Sleep Institute to get help today.
Breathe, smell, taste, and enjoy life again with the quick and safe Latera® procedure.
Weakness or aging results in the collapse of the valve during the process of breathing in causing a blockage.
Award-winning ENT Dr. Khetarpal utilizes a cutting-edge procedure called Latera® to help alleviate chronic sinus congestion and runny nose caused by nasal valve collapse or collapse of the sidewall of the nose. With the Latera procedure, an implant is placed in the nasal valve area after numbing the area in the office. The rigidity of the implant makes the nasal valve stiffer preventing its collapse during breathing. It is a quick, minimally invasive in-office procedure with amazing results.
Dr. Khetarpal was trained in New York with additional research and clinical training fellowships at the prestigious Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals. He practices in The Woodlands and is accepting new patients.
WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE PLANS!
Latera® is a minimally invasive quick in-office procedure that is covered by most insurance plans. Call our office to book your next office visit with Dr. Khetarpal at Texas Sinus, Allergy, Snoring & Sleep Institute
TEXAS SINUS, SNORING, & SLEEP CENTERS
Board Certified in Otolaryngology-Head, Neck, Facial Plastic Surgery and Sleep Medicine
Our team brings advanced sinus care to Houston after practicing in the Rio Grande Valley for many years. We have a background in genetic research in Boston that we are currently utilizing on sinus research. We were amongst the first few in the country to use image guidance during sinus surgery and balloon sinuplasty in the office.