No one wants to suffer from sinusitis. No one really wants to have a medical procedure either; they worry about side effects, recovery time and cost. At CT Sinus Center, we fully understand that these are legitimate concerns that can keep you from starting on the path to sinus issue wellness. In fact, in last week’s blog, we discussed that there are only a few possible minor side effects and basically no recovery time for balloon sinuplasty. In this blog, we want to continue to help alleviate your fears by talking about the cost of the procedure.
Unfortunately, giving you the exact cost of balloon sinuplasty is difficult because it is based on a bunch of different factors, including facility and insurance policies. However, we can tell you that at CT Sinus Center, the procedure is covered by insurance, and if you give your company a call, they will be able to give you more specific information. We also welcome Medicaid and Medicare Patients. And if you’re still worried about the cost, call us and we will walk you through it and help you with arrangements.
What is the cost of not having balloon sinuplasty?
To begin with, when you suffer from chronic sinus issues, it’s pretty miserable and expensive. But do you realize how much it really affects your overall quality of life? Our blog “The Real Costs of Allergies” (and sinusitis) reminds you of just that with things including: loss in productivity, lost family time and poor nutrition.
When you do the math, both literally and figuratively, you can see the value having balloon sinuplasty and finding permanent relief from your sinus issues. So stop hesitating — call 860-BALLOON to schedule an appointment. With four conveniently-located offices — Kent, Litchfield, Shelton and Waterbury — distance isn’t a factor either.