Nasal Cryotherapy with ClariFix

Do you experience these symptoms frequently?

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Watery Runny Nose

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Nasal Congestion

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Post-Nasal Drip

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Congestion in the Morning

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Clearing of the Throat

If your answer is YES to any of the above, we have a simple in-office solution for you!

Overview

More than 24 million Americans suffer from frequent inflammation of the nose called Chronic Rhinitis.[1] This can be caused by out of balance nasal nerves sending too many signals to the nose, telling it to drip, run and swell more than necessary. The nerves may be stimulated by allergens or irritants in the air, changes in weather, medications, certain foods, or chronic health conditions.[2]

“We’re excited to be the first in Wisconsin to use Clarifix® with our Nasal Cryotherapy treatment,” states  ADVENT Founder and President, Madan Kandula, MD, “by optimizing The Breathing Triangle™,  we target the root cause of Chronic Rhinitis and impact individuals’ quality of life. At the end of the day, that’s what it’s all about – living better.”

 

How It Works

ClariFix® is the first and only FDA cleared device for adults with chronic rhinitis. ADVENT's Nasal Cryotherapy with ClariFix® treatment goes to the root of the problem - the inflamed nasal lining and the underlying nerves - for lasting symptom relief.

The ClariFix® device delivers freezing cold temperatures to the out of balance nerves in the back of the nose, interrupting the signals and stopping the source of runny, stuffy nose symptoms.

A clinical study demonstrated a significant decrease in runny nose & congestion symptoms with 4 out of 5 patients reporting long-lasting relief after using ClariFix®.[3,4]

This treatment is available at our Wauwatosa, Mequon and Oconomowoc locations.

Put your runny, stuffy nose on ice.

 

 

REFERENCES
1 CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/allergies.htm. Accessed 11.15.2017
2 Mayo Clinic: https://www.mayoclinic.org. Accessed 11.15.2017
3 K162608, Data on File: A2014-02 Clinical Report, Arrinex.
4 Hwang P, et al. “Cryosurgical Posterior Nasal Tissue Ablation for the Treatment of Rhinitis.” Int Forum Allergy Rhinol. 2017 Oct;7(10):952-956.

 

 

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