Preparing for a Procedure


procedureIf you have ever undergone a medical procedure or surgery, you know that the anticipation can one of the worst parts of the entire process. However, when you are coming in to CT Sinus Center for either balloon sinus dilation or turbinate reduction, we will do everything we can to make sure you are prepared, calm and comfortable from your very first appointment.   

The Fear Factor

The reason anticipation is so scary is because it is usually accompanied by a fear of the unknown. What is going to happen during the procedure? How will I feel afterwards? What will my recovery be like? What if something goes wrong? This anxiety is completely natural, and everyone who works at CT Sinus takes it all very seriously.

Our Approach

We have built our practice around our patient-centered model of care, which means that from the minute you walk through our door, we will take the time to make sure your needs come first. What does this look like?

The Treatment

To begin with, it looks like our doctors taking the time to sit down with you to thoroughly discuss your diagnosis and the options you have for treatment. Instead of just telling you what treatment to have, we’ll work with you to make sure that it is the right one for you specifically. Patient-centered care also looks like everyone on staff making sure that you fully understand every step of the procedure you are going to undergo and being attentive and responsive to any questions and concerns you have about any of it.

Trusted Physicians

Most physicians will give you a list of instructions to follow before undergo a procedure, but not all of them will give you the peace of mind that our expert physicians will. Want to hear it from a patient? Watch a testimonial from a balloon sinus dilation patient.

If you are having sinus and allergy problems and you want to put an end to them, call CT Sinus today at  860-BALLOON and see what we can do for you. With four offices conveniently located throughout Connecticut, the right patient-centered care is just a short drive away.

For more information on sinus and allergy issues, visit the CT Sinus Center website and blog.

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