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VivAer
New RhinAer Device

RhinAer

RhinAer

CHRONIC RUNNY NOSE TREATMENT

RhinAer Treatment

RhinAer is a medical device used in a procedure known as the RhinAer Stylus Procedure. This procedure is designed to provide a non-surgical option for individuals experiencing chronic rhinitis, particularly those with symptoms like a runny or congested nose. Read more about chronic rhinitis here.

What does RhinAer address?

RhinAer can be used to treat a variety of chronic rhinitis symptoms, including:

  • Runny nose

  • Postnasal drip

  • Nasal congestion

  • Sneezing

  • Itchy nose

  • Watery eyes

How it works

RhinAer is a quick and easy treatment for chronic rhinitis. It works by calming down the overactive nerves in your nose that cause your symptoms. RhinAer is virtually painless and has no downtime, so you can get back to your life right away.

Have questions?

Give us a call with the best Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor (Otolaryngologist) in Hollywood, Florida.

(754) 888-1368

Other concerns?

Learn more about conditions and treatment for Nose at ENT Family in Broward County, accessible from Miami, Plantation Hollywood, Coral Springs, Pembroke Pines, and Aventura.

Procedure

During the procedure, your ENT physician will first apply local anesthesia to numb the inside of your nose. Then, they will insert a small wand into your nostril. The wand uses low-temperature radiofrequency (RF) energy to target and calm down the overactive nerves that cause rhinitis symptoms. The RF energy can also help shrink inflamed soft tissue in the nose to relieve congestion.

The entire procedure takes about 15 minutes and you can return to your normal activities immediately afterwards.

Are you a candidate for the RhinAer® treatment?

You may be a RhinAer candidate if:

  • You have moderate-to-severe chronic runny nose, post-nasal drip, congestion, and/or chronic clearing of the throat

  • You have had Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery (FESS) but still have uncontrolled rhinitis

  • Your medications and nasal sprays aren’t giving you meaningful relief from your symptoms

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