Nasal Valve Collapse
You have a new choice for treating Nasal Valve Collapse.
If you are suffering with nasal airway obstruction due to nasal valve collapse, we are extremely proud to offer the safe, effective, and clinically-proven comfort and convenience of the LATERA™ 1 absorbable nasal implant. The LATERA™ implant is a minimally-invasive option for supporting upper and lower lateral wall cartilage in your nose.
How do I know if my problem is Nasal Valve Collapse?
The skilled team of professionals at Sleep and Sinus Centers can determine if collapse of the lateral nasal wall in your nose is causing nasal airway obstruction. Supporting the lateral wall can greatly benefit patients with weak lateral cartilage. The LATERA™ absorbable nasal implant can provide long-lasting relief from nasal valve collapse.
Safe, Effective, Minimally-Invasive Treatment
Breathe easy with the added support provided by the LATERA™ absorbable nasal implant. LATERA™ utilizes state-of-the-art, minimally-invasive technology to create support for the upper and lower lateral cartilage in your nose. This added support can reduce nasal airway obstruction symptoms and allow patients to breathe more easily. The implant is easily absorbed over a period of approximately 18 months, during which time, the lateral nasal tissues become more rigid to support the nasal valve and keep it open.
Clinically-Proven Patient Success
Patients with lateral wall or nasal valve collapse enjoy significant, welcomed improvement in the following areas after treatment with LATERA™:
- Reduced nasal congestion or stuffiness
- Less difficulty breathing through the nose
- Improved airflow through the nose during exercise or physical activity
- Reduced nasal blockage or obstruction
- Longer, more restful, quality sleep
Don’t Let Nasal Valve Collapse Decrease Your Quality of Life!
Visit or contact Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia today to learn more about the benefits of LATERA™ absorbable nasal implant. We proudly offer professional Ear Nose and Throat specialty care to Georgia patients in Lawrenceville, Athens, and Braselton areas.