Relief Allergy & Sinus Institute

VivAer® for Nasal Obstruction

A simple office procedure can provide relief. Take the nose test below to rate your nasal congestion.

What is Nasal Obstruction?

Numerous individuals suffering from nasal obstruction face challenges like trouble breathing through their nose, regular snoring, disrupted sleep, and consistent fatigue. This condition is frequently the result of a physical blockage within the nasal passages, which impedes smooth airflow, leading to feelings of congestion or stuffiness. While home remedies and certain medications might provide temporary respite, the key to achieving long-lasting relief lies in effectively opening up the nasal airway. 

Common Symptoms:

Treatment:

Lasting Relief. Non-invasive. Quality of Life. If you regularly experience difficulty breathing through your nose and nothing seems to help, you may have nasal obstruction. Until now, finding a long-term solution often meant surgery. Now, your physician may be able to offer you lasting relief by performing a non-invasive VivAer treatment to open your nasal airway.

Non-invasive solution. Minimal discomfort, no incisions, and can be performed in our office.
Live better. Clinically shown to significantly improve quality of life and provide long-lasting
relief.*

*Individual results may vary.
Ephrat M, Jacobowitz O, Driver M. Quality-of-life impact after in-office treatment of nasal valve obstruction with a radiofrequency
device: 2-year results from a multicenter prospective clinical trial. Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2020;00:1-11
https://doi.org/10.1002/alr.22667.
Prospective, Multi-Center, Non-Randomized Study to Evaluate the Quality of Life Impact After Treatment of Nasal Airway Obstruction Using the Aerin Medical VivAer Stylus. Aerin Medical Report TR680-01

Breathe Better. Get Better Quality of Life.

Are you a fit? Take the test.
Am I a candidate? Try this simple breathing maneuver.

Step 1. Place two fingertips on your cheeks, on each side of your nose.
Step 2. Gently press and pull outward to further open your nasal passage. While holding, breathe through your nose.
Did the Cottle’s maneuver help you breathe better? If so, you may be a candidate.