How much does sinus surgery cost?

How much does sinus surgery cost?

All-Inclusive Cash Surgery Pricing

Procedure CPT Code Price
Sinus surgery (basic) (max/ethmoid) 31256/31255 $5,040
Sinus surgery (complex)(frontal/sphenoid) 31276/31287 $5,520
Nasal fracture reduction (closed) 21320 $1,680
Nasal fracture reduction (open) 21335 $3,840

How much does it cost to treat sinusitis?

The cost of sinus medications, including over-the-counter remedies, nasal steroid sprays, and antibiotics, averaged $1220 per patient per year before surgery and $629 after surgery (p < 0.0001), which is a 48% reduction. Surgical costs averaged $6490 per patient.

Which surgery is best for sinusitis?

Endoscopic Sinus Surgery Sinus surgery using a nasal endoscope is the most commonly recommended procedure for people with chronic sinusitis. The surgeon uses the same type of thin endoscope used during the diagnostic exam. This procedure requires no visible incisions, is performed under general anesthesia.

Can sinus be removed?

Endoscopic sinus surgery is a procedure used to remove blockages in the sinuses. These blockages may cause pain, drainage, recurring infections, impaired breathing or loss of smell. Sinus surgery is used to relieve symptoms associated with: Sinusitis and nasal polyps.

Is sinus surgery safe?

Like any surgical procedure, sinus surgery does have risks. The serious complications of sinus surgery are rare. You may experience severe bleeding after the surgery. If you bleed too much, you may need a blood transfusion.

Does sinus need surgery?

Sinus infections are usually treated with medication rather than surgery. Sinus surgery may be necessary when those infections are recurrent or persistent. Sinus surgery is most commonly used to treat chronic sinusitis (inflammation of the nose and sinuses), but may be needed for other sinus problems.