Turbinate Reduction


Hypertrophy of the anterior tip of the inferior turbinate, found in the nasal valve region, can cause exponential increases in airway resistance. More commonly, the problem is mucosal hypertrophy causing impingement on the nasal valve, increased nasal resistance, and nasal obstruction.

Olympus offers you proprietary technology solutions for the reduction of inferior turbinate hypertrophy.


Celon ProBreath is the bipolar RFITT applicator for submucosal volume reduction of hyperplastic nasal turbinates, developing predictably sized lesions in 4-10 seconds, safely and gently. Learn More


Somnoplasty utilizes radiofrequency (RF) energy which is a minimally invasive surgical technology that uses controlled radiofrequency current to reduce tissue volume in a precise and controlled manner. Learn More

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