The sinus program at Memorial Hermann-TMC provides comprehensive medical and surgical treatment for patients with diseases of the nose and paranasal sinuses. Scope of expertise includes a broad range of disorders from rhinosinusitis (inflammation or infection of the nose and sinuses) and sinonasal polyposis to complicated tumors of the nose, sinuses, orbit and skull base.
Scope of Expertise
- Revision functional endoscopic sinus surgery (revision FESS)
- Frontal sinus surgery
- Endoscopic orbital decompression
- Endoscopic optic nerve decompression
- Endoscopic dacrocystorhinostomy
- Nasal and sinus polyposis
- Allergic fungal rhinosinusitis
- Inflammatory diseases of the nose and sinuses
- Drug-resistant bacterial rhinosinusitis
- Nasal blockage or obstruction
Our team of affiliated specialized physicians at the Texas Sinus Institute at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School is committed to the treatment of difficult rhinological problems and to close collaboration with referring physicians.
Revision Sinus Surgery
Persistent symptoms after sinus surgery can present a difficult treatment challenge for physicians. Revision surgery may be necessary for patients with recurrent chronic rhinosinusitis
or sinonasal polyposis. If you or someone you know have persistent symptoms after treatment, consultation with an ENT may be the next step. Texas Sinus Institute physicians offer unique services and expertise unavailable in many communities. These physicians specialize in revision image-guided functional endoscopic sinus surgery (revision IG-FESS) and other minimally invasive, computer-aided endoscopic procedures of the skull base.
For additional information or to schedule an appointment with a Texas Sinus Institute physician or another member of the UT Otorhinolaryngology team, call 713.486.5000.