DON'T LET A STUFFY NOSE STOP YOU FROM ENJOYING LIFE. QUICK 15 MIN IN-OFFICE PROCEDURE FOR STUFFY NOSE & NASAL OBSTRUCTION.
WE WANT YOU TO BREATHE EASY.
WHAT CAUSES STUFFY NOSE OR NASAL CONGESTION?
Can’t breathe through your nose? Persistent or chronic nasal congestion can be due to many reasons, among the most common ones are allergies, sinus inflammation or infection also called sinusitis, nasal inflammation also called rhinitis, septal deviation (crooked bone/cartilage inside the nose) due to trauma or at birth, nasal polyps or swellings in the nose or nasal valve collapse or narrowing.
We believe our patients deserve to breathe, smell, taste and enjoy life.
LET'S TALK TREATMENT OPTIONS
We offer Quick in-office procedures called Inferior Turbinate Reduction, Latera®, or a radiofrequency procedure for nasal valve obstruction. When done for the correct diagnosis, these procedures may offer immediate relief.
Dr. Khetarpal is an award-winning ENT who is patient and meticulous in his care. He will take the time to correctly diagnose the cause of your stuffy nose and will recommend a personalized treatment plan to help you breathe again.
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 Houston and The Woodlands and is accepting new patients.
WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE PLANS!
We offer minimally invasive, quick in-office procedures that are covered by most insurance plans. Call our office to book your next office visit with Dr. Khetarpal at Texas Sinus, Allergy, Snoring & Sleep Institute and get sinus relief today.
TEXAS SINUS, ALLERGY, SNORING, & SLEEP INSTITUTE
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.