Eustachian tube impairment means that the body cannot maintain pressure in the ear. Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD) is often the cause of persistent, painful ear infections, and tinnitus. Treating this problem at its source can provide patients with fast, effective, long-lasting relief.
Modern, Clinically-Proven ETD Treatment
Painful symptoms related to Eustachian Tube Dysfunction cannot be cured without addressing the root cause of dysfunction and infection. Medications or ear tube surgery have been used to treat Eustachian Tube Dysfunction in the past. Now, this amazing modern procedure allows patients to enjoy relief for ETD without the inconvenience of invasive surgery.
During this easy procedure, a catheter is used to insert a small balloon into the Eustachian tube via the patient’s nose. The balloon is gently inflated, restoring airflow and proper Eustachian tube function. The balloon is then deflated, and the catheter is removed. Patients will experience immediate relief without cutting or pain, with fast recovery time.